I've just installed PyUML, which seems to be great, but I can't manage to have it work.
Every time I trigger the "Create / synchronize UML Model" on a PyDev project (either empty or with pre-existing source code but without any PyUML directory yet) I get an "-Applet alert-" message box stating: "The applet is attempting to access the 'exists' state attributes of file D:\\path\to\my\project\PyUML\my-project-name.uml".
I get options for allowing, disallowing or stopping the applet. After allowing I get a second identical message for "PyUMLProfile.uml". The "PyUML" and both files are created but remain empty and no synchronization work.
Stopping the applet crashes Eclipse if I trigger the same function again.
I use the following versions:
- Eclipse Galileo
- Eclipse IDE for Java Developers 188.8.131.5290619-0620
- PyUML Feature 1.2.2
- PyDev for Eclipse 184.108.40.2068496115
- UML2 Tools SDK (Incubation) 0.9.0.v200906190654
Hope this can help,
thanks for your report!
Unfortunately, I could not reproduce your problem.
I tried to download the latest eclipse for Java developers, installed PyDev 1.5.3 and pyuml fron the update site.
After setting the pyDev interpreter and creating a pydev project, all worked like expected.
I'm not sure what kind of security function is enabled at your installation… Maybe there is something to disable?
Sorry I couldn't help you. I will try to reproduce the problem again.
Anyone has an idea on this? Is this something windows specific?
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