Import from JBuilder feature

Hi all

I was told I should post questions about Irida in here.

I have fired up Irida #3396. I notice in the feature list that JBuilder
import support was added back in #3370. However, in the version I have
installed, "Import from JBuilder" is grayed out in the file menu. I can't
seem to find anything on this feature in the help. What am I doing wrong?

Thanks,

Bruce.


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Bruce,
it is enabled when you have an already configured project.
Any suggestions?

Thank you.

--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Bruce Sutherland"
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Hi all

>

I was told I should post questions about Irida in here.

>

I have fired up Irida #3396. I notice in the feature list that JBuilder
import support was added back in #3370. However, in the version I have
installed, "Import from JBuilder" is grayed out in the file menu. I can't
seem to find anything on this feature in the help. What am I doing wrong?

>

Thanks,

>

Bruce.

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Thanks Tim and Anna.

Yes, when I create a new IDEA project the feature is enabled. When I select
"Import from JBuilder" and fill in the directories, then press OK, nothing
seems to be imported.

The directories I used were:

User Home:
c:\Documents and Settings\\.jbuilder9 also tried c:\Documents and Settings\\.jbuilder JBuilder Home C:\Program Files\JBuilder9 JBuilder Project also tried Am I using the right paths here? Thanks. "Anna Kozlova (JetBrains)" ]]> wrote in message
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Bruce,
it is enabled when you have an already configured project.
Any suggestions?

>

Thank you.

>

--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>

"Bruce Sutherland"
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>> Hi all
>>
>> I was told I should post questions about Irida in here.
>>
>> I have fired up Irida #3396. I notice in the feature list that JBuilder
>> import support was added back in #3370. However, in the version I have
>> installed, "Import from JBuilder" is grayed out in the file menu. I can't
>> seem to find anything on this feature in the help. What am I doing wrong?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Bruce.
>>
>>
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Bruce,

'JBuilder User home' and 'JBuilder home' are directories in which we are
looking for ~*.library files to import your libraries, application servers,
jdks and so on. 'JBuilder Project' - is a directory containing JBuilder's
project file (*.jpx). Seems that you configured everything right.
It's very strange that nothing happens ... Were there some exceptions? May
be in log?
Thank you.

--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"



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Anna,

Unfortunately my evaluation licence has just expired so I can't try it
again. I can check for a log though. Where should I look for this log?

Bruce.

"Anna Kozlova (JetBrains)" <Anna.Kozlova@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Bruce,

>

'JBuilder User home' and 'JBuilder home' are directories in which we are
looking for ~*.library files to import your libraries, application
servers,
jdks and so on. 'JBuilder Project' - is a directory containing JBuilder's
project file (*.jpx). Seems that you configured everything right.
It's very strange that nothing happens ... Were there some exceptions? May
be in log?
Thank you.

>

--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>



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Bruce,
you can work with "EAP license" :)
Our log file by default located in User
Home/.IntellijIdea/system/logs/idea.log

May be you can send me your JBuilder project files?
Thanks.
--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


"Bruce Sutherland"
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Anna,

>

Unfortunately my evaluation licence has just expired so I can't try it
again. I can check for a log though. Where should I look for this log?

>

Bruce.

>

"Anna Kozlova (JetBrains)" <Anna.Kozlova@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Bruce,

>

'JBuilder User home' and 'JBuilder home' are directories in which we are
looking for ~*.library files to import your libraries, application
servers,
jdks and so on. 'JBuilder Project' - is a directory containing

JBuilder's

project file (*.jpx). Seems that you configured everything right.
It's very strange that nothing happens ... Were there some exceptions?

May

be in log?
Thank you.

>

--
Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>
>

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I can't import the sample projects from JBuilder2005 on the Mac.

I have a 30 day license for JBuilder, and would like to import projects into IDEA. I have a proper license for IDEA :)

I am setting JBuilder User Home to /Users/rscorer/.jbuilder2005
JBuilder Home to /Developer/Applications/Borland/JBuilder2005/JBuilder.framework/lib
and
choosing the project to import:
/Developer/Applications/Borland/JBuilder2005/JBuilder.framework/samples/ShoppingCart/

I have attached a sample from the logfile, doesn't mean much to me :)

I tried this from 5.0 and EAP versions.

Thanks!



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idea.log
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Hello,
you should point the JBuilder Home to directory which contains the JBuilder installation not only libs. I hope it helps.
Best regards

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Anna,

That seems to have helped a little bit, thanks!

I can now import the sample project, but not my work project. I will investigate that further.

Thanks

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Could you please send me your project files (configs)? It would help me to investigate this problem. Thank you.

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I will ask if I can send anything to you. If it were my project, I'd be able to - but it is another group. So I need permission.

Which files, I assume the .JPX file? Or do you mean my IntelliJ configs?

Sorry to be confused - there are so many config files floating around me at the moment ;)

Richard

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Hello Richard,
I mean .jpx files only.
Thank you.

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Anna Kozlova
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I will ask if I can send anything to you. If it were my project, I'd
be able to - but it is another group. So I need permission.

Which files, I assume the .JPX file? Or do you mean my IntelliJ
configs?

Sorry to be confused - there are so many config files floating around
me at the moment ;)

Richard



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