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  1. #1
    riddick5g NNTP User

    Post UMLet In openSUSE 11

    Hey guys,

    Dave Moss and staff at SLCC (UTOSC's Last Host) are requesting us students to install Eclipse w/ UMLet as a plug-in.

    Any hints on installation, I have downloaded, unzipped, and moved the "com.umlet.plugin" to /usr/lib/eclipse/plugins and restarted as requested by UMLet.com.

    Any insight on either scripts to run standalone or how to run as a plugin in Eclipse.

    I am a little behind in our Data Structures class due to this rubbish. I prefer to keep openSUSE and not revert to XP because of this.

    Any help or insight?

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    ab@novell.com NNTP User

    Default Re: UMLet In openSUSE 11

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    While I haven't tried it, does this work?

    http://qse.ifs.tuwien.ac.at/~auer/umlet/faq.htm

    Good luck.





    riddick5g wrote:
    > Hey guys,
    >
    > Dave Moss and staff at SLCC (UTOSC's Last Host) are requesting us
    > students to install Eclipse w/ UMLet as a plug-in.
    >
    > Any hints on installation, I have downloaded, unzipped, and moved the
    > "com.umlet.plugin" to /usr/lib/eclipse/plugins and restarted as
    > requested by UMLet.com.
    >
    > Any insight on either scripts to run standalone or how to run as a
    > plugin in Eclipse.
    >
    > I am a little behind in our Data Structures class due to this rubbish.
    > I prefer to keep openSUSE and not revert to XP because of this.
    >
    > Any help or insight?
    >
    >

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    Default Re: UMLet In openSUSE 11

    On first look this does appear to be borked. I can't even get it to run from the command line.

    Until this is sorted, can you not use Umbrello instead?
    BZFlag: good clean fun. Sorta.

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