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Re: [fedora-java] Re: Did the Eclipse update in updates-testing break for anyone else?

On Sun, 2006-11-19 at 16:37 -0500, Andrew Overholt wrote:
> * Mary Ellen Foster <mefoster gmail com> [2006-11-19 14:08]:
> > On 19/11/06, Mary Ellen Foster <mefoster gmail com> wrote:
> > >I hope I don't have to rebuild my workspace again ... argh. :(
> > 
> > Addendum -- I tried moving my ".eclipse" directory out of the way and
> > restarting, and it came up successfully. So it was something in my
> > local config, I guess, but I do think it was triggered somehow by that
> > update. Any suggestions for what to look for?
> It's because we moved the platform-specific stuff to /usr/lib (or
> /usr/lib64).  There's no way around the .eclipse breakage.
> I know Ben was going to put some information about it in the update text
> and we were going to send some email to make sure people were aware.  Sorry
> you had to hit it before we sent out the info.

It's already there:

"Please note that this update changes the filesystem layout
of some of the packages and users will have to run eclipse
once with '-clean' after the update is complete.
Alternately, users may remove the configuration in
~/.eclipse (i.e. rm -r ~/.eclipse). If there are
non-packaged plugins installed in ~/.eclipse, please run
eclipse with the -clean' option to ensure that these plugins
are not lost."

But if '-clean' isn't working I'll take that text out when it goes to
updates proper. 


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