* Mat Booth <fedora(a)matbooth.co.uk> [2010-01-08 08:50]:
> 2010/1/8 Andrew Overholt <overholt(a)redhat.com>:
> > * Guy McArthur <guymac(a)gmail.com> [2010-01-08 08:32]:
> >> Hello, I want to use the Google Eclipse plugin for developing
> >> appengine stuff in fedora 12 x86_64 kde spin but have encountered
> >> serious problems getting this going. The straightforward way,
> >> downloading the whole platform from eclipse.org
has a rendering bug.
> > Try exporting GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS=true and re-running. There are some
> > SWT bugs on GTK 2.18. Query for GTK2.18 at bugs.eclipse.org
> > find a few. We've backported a few fixes and made the above environment
> > variable a default in our Eclipse packages in Fedora 12.
> >> With the other way, installing eclipse from fedora repositories via
> >> yum, I'm not sure how to add the Google plugin or any of its
> >> dependencies.
> > You do it the same way, using the update manager. The only sticking
> > point is that the Galileo repository isn't there by default. It's easy
> > to add, though. Just enter the URL as
> > http://download.eclipse.org/releases/galileo
> What dependencies are we missing in Fedora for the Google Plugin?
> Presumably WTP at least.
Sorry, I don't know anything about said "Google Plugin". I know when
people have tried to use the Android stuff in the past they've needed
some component of WTP.
Neither do I, and it's not obvious to me from the website how to
get the source. Is it open source?
Just had a look back at RHBZ #486369 and it looks like the WTP effort
has stalled for now. Just not enough hours in the day. :-(