Package Details: eclipse-shelled 2.0.3-3

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Package Base: eclipse-shelled
Description: Superb shell script editor for Eclipse
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Licenses: EPL
Submitter: Shanto
Maintainer: arthurzam
Last Packager: arthurzam
Votes: 16
Popularity: 0.000003
First Submitted: 2011-11-11 10:43
Last Updated: 2015-07-21 15:04

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darose commented on 2015-07-21 14:38

No longer working since yesterday's update to Eclipse Mars. Looks like /usr/share/eclipse needs to be updated to /usr/lib/eclipse in the PKGBUILD.

arthurzam commented on 2014-12-26 15:06

@snack; @darose
I removed the eclipse-linuxtools dependencie

snack commented on 2014-12-26 09:34

I confirm that linuxtools is not needed. Just installed shelled with aourt, removed the dependency on eclipse-linuxtools from the PKGBUILD and it works perfectly.

darose commented on 2014-12-17 03:14

It looks like this might no longer be dependent on eclipse-linuxtools:

"There are no dependencies for this project. It is a standalone application that does not depend on any other project."

However, the page was last updated in 2011, so I'm not certain.

I was able to install the plugin without linuxtools, launch eclipse, and open a shell script with syntax highlighting that way, though I haven't give it a thorough test yet

snack commented on 2013-08-07 15:33

Moving away ~/.eclipse did the job, now shelled works. Thank you darose for the advices!!

snack commented on 2013-08-07 15:33

Renaming ~/.eclipse did the job, now shelled works. Thank you darose for the advices!!

darose commented on 2013-08-07 15:04

Try exiting eclipse, removing (or moving away) your ~/.eclipse directory, and then try again.

The new shelled is working for me, with the following eclipse packages installed:

eclipse 4.3-1
eclipse-android 22.0.4-1
eclipse-cdt 8.2.0-1
eclipse-dltk-core 4.0-1
eclipse-emf 2.9.0-1
eclipse-findbugs 2.0.2-1
eclipse-gef 3.9.0-1
eclipse-linuxtools 1.2.1-1
eclipse-shelled 2.0.3-1
eclipse-subclipse 1.10.0-1
eclipse-wtp 3.4.2-1


snack commented on 2013-08-07 14:59

No, there are only these three possibilities:

Text Editor
System Editor
Default Editor

Maybe another eclipse plugin is interfering with shelled? Here's what I have installed (no other plugin installed using the eclipse plugin manager):

$ pacman -Qs eclipse
local/cmakeed 1.1.6-1
CMake plugin for Eclipse
local/eclipse 4.3-1
An IDE for Java and other languages
local/eclipse-cdt 8.2.0-1
C/C++ Plugin for Eclipse
local/eclipse-dltk-core 5.0-1
Support for dynamic languages in Eclipse
An Eclipse Team provider for the Git version control system
local/eclipse-emf 2.9.0-1
EMF and XSD frameworks for the Eclipse platform
local/eclipse-linuxtools 1.2.1-1
Eclipse Linux Tools Project
local/eclipse-mylyn 3.9.0-1
A task-focused interface for Eclipse
local/eclipse-pydev 2.8.1-1
Python IDE for Eclipse
local/eclipse-shelled 2.0.3-1
Superb shell script editor for Eclipse
local/eclox 0.8.0-1
doxygen plugin for Eclipse

darose commented on 2013-08-07 14:49

Are you able to right-click on it and then select "Open with -> Shell Script Editor"?

snack commented on 2013-08-07 09:27

Version 2.0.3-1 does not work on my eclipse installation (eclipse 4.3-1). Double clicking a .sh file in the project explorer opens it in default system editor (KWrite) instead of using shelled. Any other people with the same issue?

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