hi - ive read these pages and used them to start off my development:
in the directions it says to ensure WST is installed. one thing i found was that WST has lots of dependencies - that made me nervous as i want to stick to the descriptions as much as possible and not introduce any wildcards - i downloaded them from the callisto site.
i checked out the sources (from HEAD) today and configured the build properties and initialized my local repository. here is what i ran into:
1. from the command line the test.jpdl worked fine except for what looks like a javadoc error:
[javadoc] javadoc: error - Error while reading file C:\cvsgrab-2.3\JBPM\jbpm.3\jpdl\jar\src\main\java\package.html
2. i get an error in the build.jpdl target also -
Cannot find D:\Documents and Settings\sandozm/jbpm/repository/docbook-support/support.xml
i then fired up eclipse.
i set the JBPM_REPO classpath variable to my repository per the build's readme.html.
I imported (couldnt use directly cvs - the firewall guys are going to open it up later in the week) into the workspace starting at directory ...\JBPM\jbpm.3\designer\jpdl\org.jbpm.gd.jpdl.ui project.
per Jbpm3DevelopDesignerInEclipse i was going to run the project but it seems to be full of dependencies on the other projects - such as jbpm.3\designer\jpdl\org.jbpm.gd.jpdl.core. also i couldnt find the icons it seems they are under another project in the tree.
i then tried loading several of the other projects and they mostly loaded up into the workspace fine.
still, the package org.jbpm.ui seems especially "angry" :-O and complains alot - is this package being refactored out right now? i omit it and the project's errors go away!
now when i run...run as...eclipse application, eclipse comes up and i can create a jbpm project...but it has no connectors or icons...
is this just me coming into the middle of a bunch of changes or is there more i need to do to get the plugin running as an eclipse app? or should i go about it another way?