What is going on here. Egit

Discussion in 'Plugin Development' started by Butkicker12, Oct 12, 2011.

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    My egit has been installing but stopping at 48% everytime. I reinstalled eclipse and even tried a different version. Reset my workplace and it still happens. Please don't say use intellij.

    Version of eclipse used in video:

    Eclipse Java EE IDE for Web Developers.

    Version: Indigo Service Release 1
    Build id: 20110916-0149

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    This is not the place to post about things not pertaining to bukkit.
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    Well I posted elsewhere with no respone.
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    have you checked to see if all your trees are not broken? i had this issue once before and i had to delete EVERYTHING pertaining to eclipse and git, even the HIDDEN files! then it got fixed.
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    My Java EE keeps pending. I need help.
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    I got it installed now I'm on the part where you share your project. And got this error:

    Failed to initialize Git team provider.
    Failed to execute runnable (java.lang.IllegalArgumentException)

    I got this error when: team/shareproject/ticked off use or create repo in the parent folder of your project/ finish

    Stack trace:


    EDIT by Moderator: merged posts, please use the edit button instead of double posting.
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    Same error here. Did you manage to solve your problem?
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    Can't tell if trolling or legit... You should make your own thread.
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    It's ok, I figured it out, by using the https connection rather than ssh
  11. Ill prefer not to use Git and/or auto-publish/autopackager, they always spit out some error or wont do whatever you want.

    I would suggest you do the packaging manually, instead of using git/repos and such.

    You do this:
    Save the project. (or save&compile it if you have autocompile off)
    Now go to C:\Users\<YOUR LOGIN NAME>\workspace\<PROJECT NAME>\bin\

    Now put plugin.yml and config.yml there.

    hold CTRL and then select both files and the folder (folder is named like com, biz, se, org or something), then Send to, then Compressed folder.

    Now change name of your zip file to "PackageName.jar".
    You should get a confirmation
    "If you change the file extension, there is a risk that the file will become unuseable.
    Do you want to change it?"

    Answer YES.
    Now your plugin is ready for deploy and upload on BukkitDev.

    If you want to share the source, its simply as uploading "workspace/<PROJECT NAME>/src/classpath/PackageName.java" somewhere, like on a web server.
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    @sebastiannielsen I use Eclipse as is and use the export feature. My plugin.yml is inside my projects.
    Never got a single error that wasn't something stupid I did (like make the code not compile).

    Regarding git, sometimes the best is to just backup your code, show hidden files, delete the folder. Put a new git folder on that location, get latest version. Overwrite with your files then commit and push.
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    Netbeans = much smoother interface
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