The simplest way is just checkout the project org.jbpm.gd.jpdl in your workspace and export the plugin with the export wizard.
you mean checkout
if so, then i regret but when i'm checking uot just this folder there is no way to export plugin, because evidently there are other packets needed and many red crosses are in project ;)
if i try to do that i get 'Unable to find plug-in: org.jbpm.gd.jpdl_0.0.0' error
so what i do wrong? what is this wizard for?
You need the drivers the plugin depends on : WTP, GEF, EMF, ...
You'll find the correct versions if you also checkout the org.jbpm.gd.jpdl.build project and inspect the eclipse dependencies.
i see you are oriented in this subject, i read your later posts and know that you were fighting with this for long, so please be understanding and explain it to me like to 2 years old child ;)
what drivers? i build get.dependencies and i got complete repository (btw it's crazy to do this such way), but which do i have to add to org.jbpm.gd.jpdl project build path? i tried copy class path from main jbpm.3 project, so there was all necessary jars included (there are no build error in this project), but this way doesn't work correctly, what's the problem? why this can't be easier? we have 21 century now ;)
please help me people
i am on at one's wits' end and going crazy, i just don't get it how can i build this plugin? i exporting, but there are no week defined needed drivers - especially on called:
org.eclipse.ui.views.properties.tabbed -> propertyTabs, propertyContributor and propertySections files
i found it in some latest version of eclipse distribution, but it want work with jboss jbpm eclipse :(
also version of:
is bad because it has no method defined used in jpdl plugin
this is really terrifying for me and i am starting to think that i am too dump for jbmp jboss ide
what version of eclipse are you running? also have you installed WTP plugin first? gpdl is dependent on it. as far as eclipse, i am using 3.2.2 which seems to work. i am not sure how well it works with 3.3 if thats what you are using.
I just released gpd 3.1.0 beta2. It is compiled against Eclipse 3.3 and WTP 2.0. But AFAIK, it should be compatible with Eclipse 3.2 as well.