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Configuring Lomboz

 
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i am trying to configure Lomboz to work with eclipse.

I downloaded the version lomboz 3.1RC2 and unzip it says. In one of a configuration site http://weblogs.asp.net/jdanforth/articles/149111.aspx

it tells me that if you unzip the lomboz folder we should get plug-in directories named com.objectlearn.jdt.j2ee and com.objectlearn.jdt.j2ee.editors

i never got these directories and hence never got my plugin working.

has some one done an install of lomboz and help me out.

Any help would be appreciated

Raj
 
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Moving to our "IDEs" forum.
 
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I dont think those directories are required. Lomboz just extracts itself to the Eclipse plugins folder and the features folder.
Make sure you extract the gmf plugin found on lomboz site before installing lomboz itself.
 
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