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help regarding eclipse plugin, VM arguments

 
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hi,
I am developing a plugin which takes another project's classes. I have succeeded in importing the other project's classes to the plugin project. The project which I have imported rely on 2 jar files and a .dll file for it to work,the path of the .dll, i give it as VM arguments in the stand alone project, but when I incorporate it with the plugin project it gives me a "Unhandled event loop exception". Can someone please tell me as to how to define the VM settings of the plugin project. Is it something that i need to do with the manifest.MF file, the name of the .dll is jawin.dll,
thanks in advance
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Your dll file should not be imported, it should be entered in the setting of VM parameters only.
Try to find the Plugins option avialable in EClipse there attach that .dll file. I think that will solve your problem if that is only occuring because of .dll file.
 
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I was unable to find the plugin option wherein i could attach the .dll file. Can you please tell me as to where I can find that option. I had put the path of the .dll file in the VM arguments, but still not working. With the path of .dll in the stand-alone project, it worked fine, but not as a plugin.Please help

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Not sure what this has to do with GUI stuff. Sounds Eclipse specific so I'll move it to our IDE forum...
 
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if there are any vm settings that would apply for runtime only. In that case go to your launch configuraiton. its a button in the button bar. one is run and one is debug, either one should have a '...' which you should press IIRC.
 
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