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quantumdb with Eclipse 3.2

 
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Recently I had quantumdb working fine with Eclipse 3.2 ( using com.quantum.feature_3.0.1.bin.dist.zip ). Now, however, the plugin does not show in my list of plugins, the perspective is not available to me, etc. As they say, "I didn't change a thing." Does anyone have any suggestions?

I have already removed all files related to quantumdb and reinstalled the plugin; but, again, the same result.

Do I have to reinstall Eclipse and start over or is there something else that might work?

Thank you.
 
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I do have the org.eclipse.gef.source_3.1.1 plugin in the plugin directory; it is also listed in Help -> About Eclipse SDK -> Plug-in Details as
org.eclipse.gef.source_3.1.1 .

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Betty
 
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have you looked at the eclipse logs? Maybe something in the quantum code is throwing an exception.
 
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There is no information in the Error Log regarding quantumDB. Where else might I look?

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Are there other places I might post my problem? I need an approach to take to resolve this issue.

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http://sourceforge.net/projects/quantum/

If all else fails, offer them money!
 
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eclipse3.2?oh,it's no Latest Release
 
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Eclipse 3.2 is beta; in fact it was suggested to me that might be the problem. I am trying to avoid reinstalling Eclipse. quantumDB was working with this release of Eclipse; then one day it magically stopped working ...
 
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I discovered a version mismatch with the GEF required for QuantumDB now - although the GEF version I originally had did work for several weeks. I found on SourceForge an email trail that indicated which versions of GEF worked with which versions of QuantumDB and downloaded new GEF plugin . Now all is working.
 
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