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  1. #1
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    Question Carbide.c++ uncompatible with carbide.j??

    hi guys!

    i just installed the carbide.c++ plugin and then i noticed that i couldnt use the carbide.j plugin anymore to develop my java project.. is there a trick in the installation or are the really uncompatible ??

    thx in advance

    nina

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    Re: Carbide.c++ uncompatible with carbide.j??

    How did you do the installation?

    At this time Carbide.c++ should be installed as a separate Eclipse installation/instance. If you have previously installed Carbide.j (supposedly together with a different installation of Eclipse), Carbide.j should not be available in the Carbide.c++ installation.

    In this scenario, Carbide.j should be on another Eclipse and you need to separately start that other Eclipse instance where Carbide.j should still be available.

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    Re: Carbide.c++ uncompatible with carbide.j??

    What do u mean installed as a separate instance?

    I had a folder with eclipse and a separate eclipse installation of carbide.j. then i just installed carbide.c++ in the default directory. now carbide works but when i open the normal eclipse ide there are no options in the "tools" bar - only the text "NDSAction"

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    Re: Carbide.c++ uncompatible with carbide.j??

    Well, lets make sure I have it right:
    - you have Eclipse somewhere like C:\Eclipse and when you installed Carbide.j you set that address in the Carbide.j installation
    - you have Carbide.j in C:\Nokia\Tools\Carbide_j_1_0
    - you have Carbide.c++ in C:\Program Files\Carbide

    In this case, you should only see the Carbide.j tools when you start Eclipse from C:\Eclipse. If this is correct, there should be no relation between the two products.

    Now if you see "NDSaction" in the "vanilla" Eclipse, it means that the Carbide.j tools pointed to by the file C:\eclipse\plugins\com.nokia.phone.tools.midp.ide.eclipse_1.0.3\META-INF\MANIFEST.MF cannot be found. You could open the file and check that the file contents matches your real system setup, you should see something like:

    Code:
    Manifest-Version: 1.0
    Bundle-Name: Carbide.j Integration
    Bundle-SymbolicName: com.nokia.phone.tools.midp.ide.eclipse
    Bundle-Version: 1.0.3
    Bundle-ClassPath: NDSEclipseIntegration.jar,
     external:C:/Nokia/Tools/Carbide_j_1_0/bin/NDS_MIDPToolSet.jar,
    ...
    Doublecheck that the path of the tools is correct.

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    Re: Carbide.c++ uncompatible with carbide.j??

    thx mitts!

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