And I can't link the testing app by placing the directory in the "plugins" directory of my RCP app because using your example, the two are completely separate (which is actually a lot better for testing)
It seems like the testing app doesn't know that my RCP plugin jar has exported those packages. Is there a different way I have to export that jar now to signify that those packages are exported?
So now I'm stuck here... any thoughts?
So, is what I want to do even possible?
2) I'm not so sure on this one. I think this is where my problem might be. Right now it depends on the local project in my eclipse workspace. So when I close the RCP app Project, the test Application dependencies are broken. I try to take care of this in my build.xml (on the test plugin side) to give it the path of the class files. However, I think this may be wrong too. In the @dot target of the build.xml I pass in the path to a folder instead of my plugin.jar. If I give it only the plugin.jar, it won't resolve any of the classes. I'm thinking I'm still exporting my RCP app wrongly.
I'm exporting the right packages, but what should i include in the build.properties? I'm only doing a binary build right now, do i have to do a source build?
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