No pyUml buttons

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jrasinma
2008-06-03
2013-04-16
  • jrasinma
    jrasinma
    2008-06-03

    I copied the contents of all-plugins and pyUml-1.0.1-Plugin to the plugins and features folders of Eclipse, but there are no pyUml buttons on the toolbar. Any ideas how debug this?
    OS X, Eclipse 3.3.2 (build id: M20080221-1800)

    Cheers,
    Jussi

     
    • Martin Dittmar
      Martin Dittmar
      2008-06-08

      Hi Jussi,

      at first, you only need the all-plugins package, it contains everything you need to copy into Eclipse.
      The pyUml-1.0.1-Plugin package contains only the pure plugin in a newer version, but since there are no important changes, it is recommended to use the 1.0.0 all-plugins version.

      Secondly, make sure you user the Version "Eclipse for Java developers" version - if you

       
    • Martin Dittmar
      Martin Dittmar
      2008-06-08

      Hi Jussi,

      at first, you only need the all-plugins package, it contains everything you need and has to be copied into Eclipse.
      The pyUml-1.0.1-Plugin package contains only the pure plugin in a newer version, but since there are no important changes, it is recommended to use the 1.0.0 all-plugins version.
      Do not use both versions at once !! (* see below)

      Secondly, make sure you have downloaded the "Eclipse for Java developers" - if you use e.g. "Eclipse for plugin developers", pyuml-all-plugins will not work because it includes already some of the contained plugins, so that there exist different versions of some plugins together, which will lead to problems.

      I think these are the most common roots of your problem.
      Hope this helped, please write again!

      Greets, Martin

      PS:
      * If you really want to use the 1.0.1 version you would have use the files in "pyUML-1.0.1-Plugin.zip" to replace the equivalent files in "PyUML-1.0-all-plugins.zip". Sorry for that inconvenience!