First of all, the problem was an “admin” one, when using CS in the “DESKTOP” all admin requirements go away and the message error associated to source files did not appear anymore.
- I think, I have been IMPORTING plugins the wrong way, what i did was
Go to Project Explorer and right click
Plug-ins and Fragments → Select the directory “plugins” of the addon I am interested
In the Import As, section I chose once “Binary Projects” and in another try “Projects with source folders”
Add all plugins
Then try to open the .spec with the right opener (right click → open with → specifier)
Try to do that to each vptext file
Launch the runpoint and then i got a message error about “org.eclipse.emf.cdo”
I DON’T KNOW WHY.
I went to the manifest file and the dependencies, and indeed there is a problem with one “bundle” and I have no idea why/how etc
The problem arises when launching the runtime like this:
I tried to use the latest version version of “Mass” using your link, btw.
Any idea what is missing?
In any case, I tried to run the runtime anyway, and I noticed that the mass appears correctly on the palette (when the PAB is opened) HOWEVER, when you drag and drop the mass on the physiscal component, NOTHING HAPPENS, it does not create a new element linked to the physical component. That is supposed to work.
I have an interesting question @ArnaudDieumegard , could the problem caused by the method I am “importing” the plugings? I noticed that you described a slightly different method involving the VIEWPOINT plug-in here Viewpoint Development · eclipse/capella Wiki · GitHub
You mention the method:“Import As”/“Source Project” command.
Could this be the source of the problem? (Me importing the plugins without using the plugin viewpoint that you mentioned?)
I tried your method but the mass plugins are NOT available on the list, we cannot select them.
What do you think is the problem here? (Again ultimately when running it, the fist problem is that the mass icons would not be “created” NOR “attached to a physical link”, let’s say).
I Hope this is clear, tell me if it isn’t please.
I tried with an outdated verstion (the one from the official Capella Website), something interesting happened :
Importing the plugins → Then running the runtime → Everything’s fine. The mass icons are created next to the physical components.
Whenever i RE-GENERATE → mass icons are not created. the palette is there in the PAB, but drag and droping the mass icons unto a physical component does not do anything.