RE: Problem with repeatedly compiling files with partly the same content and EmbeddedEclipse

From: josh singer <>
Date: Thu 30 Jan 2003 11:50:24 AM GMT
Message-ID: <3E899FAFBF56D611B6A500508B9A9DA203EA55@LON-SRV2>
Hi Cornelius, 
Due to some inherent limitations of ECLiPSe there can only be one
EmbeddedEclipse during the lifetime of a JVM. However, most individual
aspects of state in ECLiPSe can be reversed, for example using erase_module
as Warwick mentioned. There is also the possibility of using
OutOfProcessEclipse -- the pros and cons are discussed in the Java interface
documentation. This allows you to start a completely new ECLiPSe from Java,
whether or not one has been started already by the JVM.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Cornelius Hagen []
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 8:32 AM
Subject: WG: [eclipse-users] Problem with repeatedly compiling files with
partly the same content and EmbeddedEclipse

Sorry, the exception was due to another problem (from name for queue).
But I am still interested in resetting the EmbeddedEclipse-object.
-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
[] Im Auftrag von Cornelius Hagen
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 29. Januar 2003 18:52
Betreff: [eclipse-users] Problem with repeatedly compiling files with partly
the same content and EmbeddedEclipse

I am writing a Java-application that iteratively poses requests on eclipse.
Because I need good performance, I use an EmbeddedEclipse-object following
the mapcolorour-example. I always create a file which usually contains some
predicates as the file(s) before (and, of course, some different ones). Then
I hand over the file to the rpc function.
Eclipse sends warnings, that some relations habe been replaced by new ones
with the same signature, and after a few iterations,  I get a
"Throw"-Exception thrown by the rpc method.
Now my question: Can I somehow reset the EmbeddedEclipse-object? According
to the documentation destroying (in order to instanitate it again) will not
help, since then no more EmbeddedEclipse-object can be instantiated.
Thanks in advance
Dipl. Math. Cornelius Hagen
Lehrstuhl für Angewandte Informatik in den Kultur, Geschichts- und
Feldkirchenstr. 21
D-96045 Bamberg
Tel: + 951 / 863-2843
Received on Thu Jan 30 11:53:36 2003

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