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    Default Eclipse and Opensuse11.1 & 2

    Does anyone have a good How-to for tuturial for setting up eclipse with tomcat plugins for Opensuse 11.1 and/or 11.2. Every tutorial or how to I have found is way out of date. Like for Opensuse 10.3 or another less superior destro like fedora or Ubuntu. Those don't really work for a clean install of either Opensuse 11.1 or 11.2.

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    Default Re: Eclipse and Opensuse11.1 & 2

    Absolutely no one ... ?

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    alphagen wrote:

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    > Absolutely no one ... ?
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    Install eclipse with yast
    Install apache with yast
    Install tomcat with yast

    and follow the instructions for the plugin

    http://www.eclipsetotale.com/tomcatPlugin.html#A4

    there is nothing really suse specific involved in that (except the use of
    yast or zypper for general software installation)

    If you already tried this give more details what went wrong and I will try
    to help you with it.



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    Default Re: Eclipse and Opensuse11.1 & 2

    Now if someone would actually put Eclipse 3.5x in the repo which has been out close to a year....

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    wshawn wrote:

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    > Now if someone would actually put Eclipse 3.5x in the repo which has
    > been out close to a year....
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    You install eclipse also directly by downloading from
    http://www.eclipse.org/downloads
    unpack it to the folder where you want to have it
    and start it from there.
    eclipse is a relocatable application nothing special is involved for the
    installation.

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    Default Re: Eclipse and Opensuse11.1 & 2

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    Default Re: Eclipse and Opensuse11.1 & 2

    Quote Originally Posted by martin_helm View Post
    alphagen wrote:

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    > Absolutely no one ... ?
    >
    >

    Install eclipse with yast
    Install apache with yast
    Install tomcat with yast

    and follow the instructions for the plugin

    EclipseTotale - Sysdeo Tomcat Launcher Plugin

    there is nothing really suse specific involved in that (except the use of
    yast or zypper for general software installation)

    If you already tried this give more details what went wrong and I will try
    to help you with it.
    It doesn't appear to be as simple as installing eclipse, apache,and tomcat using yast and the plugin.

    The only JAVA version in the default repos that ship with 11.2 do not include a package for Sun's Version. I would need to use SUN's Version JAVA 5 JDK instead of the default OpenJDK

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    alphagen wrote:
    > It doesn't appear to be as simple as installing eclipse, apache,and
    > tomcat using yast and the plugin.
    >
    > The only JAVA version in the default repos that ship with 11.2 do not
    > include a package for Sun's Version. I would need to use SUN's Version
    > JAVA 5 JDK instead of the default OpenJDK
    >

    Of course the repositories contain the sun java packages (but java 6 not the
    deprecated java 5)

    Code:
    java-1_6_0-sun
    java-1_6_0-sun-devel

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    Default Re: Eclipse and Opensuse11.1 & 2

    If you are not married with eclipse I would recommend you "monodevelop" it comes with the standard suse repository and does not require any special configuration.
    On the plus side, it works for quite a few languages; c, c++, pascal and java are but a few that come to my mind.

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