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but, was > curious. I'm trying to make it work at my office, so behind proxy. Like a file path of the file containing the problem, for example :) share|improve this answer edited Dec 11 '13 at 10:25 answered Dec 10 '13 at 16:47 Dormouse 536514 add Initially you will se it is failing. http://elanmonitors.com/eclipse-error/eclipse-error-metadata-log.html
Cartesian vs. What's the last character in a file? Bump the version to 1.1 for both the metadata and artifact repository to reflect the new Version support as well as smaller changes where we now prefer the use of a bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=341845 –Berlin Brown Jun 13 '11 at 14:03 add a comment| 14 Answers 14 active oldest votes up vote 5 down vote accepted We had tons of issues here, namely with
Preferences → General → Network Connections. Long story short... Having a version number in the processing instruction is definitely useful.
In addition to the old .jar compression (content.jar, artifacts.jar), those files are now available as much smaller .xz compressed versions (artifacts.xml.xz, content.xml.xz), a new p2 feature in Mars. share|improve this answer answered Jul 28 '10 at 14:42 robert walker 1 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Just to add to this as I have had problems with I can not say I have tested it, but do not think you read my original comment very closely. This part hasn't change since then, and is the same for Kepler, Luna, and now Mars. (The reason is simple: Better user experience, less requests to the download server.) But one
ENTRY org.eclipse.equinox.p2.metadata.repository 2 0 2009-02-10 13:13:24.656 !MESSAGE Error parsing metadata repository !SUBENTRY 1 org.eclipse.equinox.p2.core 2 0 2009-02-10 13:13:24.656 !MESSAGE Error at line 9, column 99: Missing required attribute in "repository": url I had set up the for HTTP, HTTPS and SOCKS in: Window>pref>general>network connections Clearing the proxy settings for SOCKS fixed the problem for me. I reinstall Win7 and it fixed the problem. For releases (R, SR1, SR2) we've been using a single p2 repository since the Juno release some years ago.
Click on that set the proxy and port. DefaultFeatureParser_IdOrVersionInvalid= Error parsing feature stream. share|improve this answer edited Oct 3 '12 at 19:52 Marko 8,099102653 answered Oct 3 '12 at 19:24 javaisHUGE 311 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Have you read this I've updated the versions for the following targets: artifactRepository 1.0 -- >1.1 metadataRepository 1.0 --> 1.1 compositeMetadataRepository 1.0 (changed the target type from metadataRepository) compositeArtifactRepository 1.0 (changed the target type from
What would happen if I created an account called 'root'? The action compatability will be tracked in a separate bug and will occur along with the publisher changes. At last,it works. Would just have to add to factories ...
I see this when I add the Ganymede site, no other sites present. this content no idea if it would work with Oomph ... share|improve this answer answered Nov 15 '12 at 9:27 user883467 315 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign I believe the p2.index file would allow both simple, and composite to exist at same site.
Thanks, David February 9, 2009 at 10:01 am #294579 Reply Riyad KallaMember David, If you go to Window > Show View > Other… > General > Errors View, then click the extension location, simple, update site, etc.) as opposed to the format-version. Example: 1) Agent v1.0 creates a new profile, writes profile registry in format v1.0 2) Agent v2.0 updates that profile, writing out the profile registry in a new format v1.1. weblink I read the .log for info.
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I note that p2.index doesn't exist in the release, which presumably previously indicated that the compositeContent should be used instead.
I know for *build* URLs, specific simple repositories are recommended (by me) but for *installation* URLs, composites are often used/recommended to allow "roll back". My Os use a proxy 127.0.0.1,and the eclipse use another proxy 192.168.1.1. From the experience of plugin.xml, for which all versions of Eclipse can parse all versions of the file, we may find cases in the future where we want to bump the But them on my desktop I have am currently running at least 4 different Eclipse installations, each with different sets of plugins, so I don't find installing Eclipse all that onerous.
Writing referee report: found major error, now what? Train and bus costs in Switzerland Has Tony Stark ever "gone commando" in the Iron Man suit? it appears that might be due to the new format released? check over here I am using MyEclipse 7.0 fully integrated installation on a Dell Latitude D810 with 1.00 GB of Ram and a Pentium processor running at 1.86Ghz on Windows XP SP3.
I just added the same line to eclipse.ini and as it turns out, it also fixes this issue for me. Deleting cache(~/.eclipse/org.eclipse.oomph.p2/*cache*) fixed this issue. Thorsten Report message to a moderator Re: Installing Eclipse SDK from existing installation [message #486893 is a reply to message #484857] Sun, 20 September 2009 19:00 Pascal RapicaultMessages: Going forward after 1.0, I suspect we will rarely or never actually advance the file version to 2.0 (an incompatible change for old clients), but it's nice to have that option
All times are in JavaRanch time: GMT-6 in summer, GMT-7 in winter Contact Us | advertise | mobile view | Powered by JForum | Copyright © 1998-2016 Paul Wheaton Genuitec :: Normally this would break all those that have already "worked around" this, to remove previously cached value, and they'd have to delete those files, again. share|improve this answer answered Apr 12 '11 at 12:36 karim 7,83053374 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote There is no need of doing such hectic stuffs. There is a debug trace option for enabling more pedantic checking, but by default they are just skipped.
However eclipse will now no longer start since the update. Status: RESOLVED FIXED Product: Oomph Classification: Tools Component: Tools Version: 1.0.0 Hardware: All All Importance: P3 major with 2 votes (vote) TargetMilestone: --- Assigned To: Eike Stepper QA Contact: URL: Whiteboard: Bug210450 - [metadata][artifact] Forwards compatibility of file formats Summary: [metadata][artifact] Forwards compatibility of file formats Status: RESOLVED FIXED Product: Equinox Classification: RT Component: p2 Version: 3.4 Hardware: PC Windows XP Importance: http://eclipsewebmaster.blogspot.ch/search?q=wow-what-a-painful-release-this-was-is Maybe it explains, why it was kinda difficult the last days.
share|improve this answer edited May 13 at 16:17 Gary 4,67583052 answered Feb 12 '10 at 20:37 Michael Z. 8111 Solved it for me running Eclipse Juno (4.2) on the How do you say "Affirmative action"? This happened to me last fall also, and I then just re-installed Eclipse from scratch (since I couldn't start Eclipse to revert to the old configuration), but thought I'd now try Also, the log file at /.metadata/.log is not updated from the attempted start.
The best advice I got so far is the one regarding the known issue with NTLM proxies: http://wiki.eclipse.org/ECF_Filetransfer_Support_for_NTLMv2_Proxies. Also, we should avoid putting data into the files that is subject to change, such as names of non-API classes. In Skyrim, is it possible to upgrade a weapon/armor twice? This problme affects only users who have previously downloaded Mars milestones/RCs (or used the installer) and therefore have cached data about the epp mars repository being a composite as it was