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I have not tested SLIDE on F8 rawhide,
You might want to try the RPM installation since you are using eclipse
installed through an RPM also. There is a download for
eclipse-slide-1.2.4.noarch.rpm on the download page. You will also need
the eclipse-setools-3.3.0-1.i386.rpm and you will need to get the
SETools 3.3 rpms (setools-libs-java-3.3.0.i386.rpm and
http://oss.tresys.com/projects/setools/wiki/download to get all of the features in SLIDE.
>From the error you are describing, I'm not sure if you having a problem
with your eclipse installation or not. You might want to try erasing and reinstalling your eclipse-cdt tools and see if some of those configuration errors go away.
On Wed, 2007-08-29 at 09:35 +0800, Ken YANG wrote:
> Dave Sugar wrote:
> > Ken,
> > Can you give me some more information about what is going on?
> > Have you followed the directions posted on the SLIDE project site
> > (http://oss.tresys.com/projects/slide/wiki/download)?
> > Are there any errors being displayed?
> > What platform are you running on? FC6, f7? x86, x86_64, PPC?
> thanks for your reply
> originally, i use the eclipse to install slide following the
> "Using the Eclipse Update Site" section.
> now i want to update through eclipse:
> 'Help > Software Updates > Find and Install... > Search for updates
> of the currently installed features '
> but eclipse told me there are not any update.
> after that, i try install a new feature:
> Select 'Search for new features to install' and click 'Next'.
> but there are some error imformations:
> The current configuration contains errors and this operation can have
> unpredictable results.
> Autotools Feature (0.9.2) requires feature "org.eclipse.cdt
> (18.104.22.168706261300)", or later version.
> Eclipse C/C++ Development Tools CppUnit support (2.0.0) requires
> plug-in "org.eclipse.cdt.core".
> Mylyn Task List (Required) (2.0.0.v20070627-1400) requires plug-in
> "org.eclipse.mylar (2.0.0.v20070614-1800)", or compatible.
> my platform is F8 Rawhide, x86 and eclipse is:
> -(:09:24:$)-> rpm -qa |grep eclipse
> > Thanks
> > Dave Sugar
> > email@example.com
> > On Sat, 2007-08-25 at 12:39 +0800, Ken YANG wrote:
> >> Dave Sugar wrote:
> >>> Version 1.2 of the SELinux Policy IDE (SLIDE) from Tresys Technology is
> >>> now available for download from the Tresys Open source website at
> >>> http://oss.tresys.com.
> >> i can not update through update functionality in Eclipse, i.e.
> >> Help->Software Updates->Find and install...
> >>> SLIDE is an Eclipse plug-in that integrates with the SELinux Reference
> >>> Policy to provide a development environment for building SELinux policy.
> >>> SLIDE Features:
> >>> * A graphical user interface for policy development, including policy
> >>> syntax highlighting, context suggestions, and integrated compilation.
> >>> * Integration with SELinux Reference Policy, including quick lookup and
> >>> documentation for interfaces and macros.
> >>> * Wizards and easy to use templates to automate common tasks from
> >>> creating a new SELinux policy to adding an interface into an existing
> >>> module.
> >>> * Integrated remote policy installation and audit log monitoring, to
> >>> facilitate policy testing.
> >>> * Seamless integration with the power of standard Eclipse.
> >>> Version 1.2 highlights:
> >>> * Graphical interface for network configuration via corenetwork.
> >>> * Added auto completion, context help, and tool tip descriptions for
> >>> Reference Policy macros, as well as including macros in the interface
> >>> view and showing their definitions in the declaration view.
> >>> * Improved documentation on the open source web site.
> >>> * Updates to work with SETools version 3.3.
> >>> * Fixed problems with the Console output.
> >>> * Bugs fixed with undo/redo when toggling commenting on numerous lines
> >>> of policy.
> >>> If you would like to contribute, currently the best help would be to
> >>> test and provide feedback on the SLIDE plugin and SLIDE Remote.
> >>> Dave Sugar
> >>> Tresys Technology, LLC
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