IvanIgorovich wrote:It looks like as you've described it. I already have problems to install the plugin (plugin version 188.8.131.52) in dbxtool (Solaris Studio 12.2). My procedure is as follows: dbxtool --> tools --> plugins --> downloaded --> install).
How does it "not work"?
IvanIgorovich wrote:I hope that it is possible to use the same offered functionality as in the Studio IDE, e.g. Checkout, Checkin, VersionTree etc. by right-click on items in the favorites window or in the menu-toolbar (Team --> clearcase --> ...).
What functionality of the clearcase module do you need under dbxtool?
945161 wrote:That's the dependency cascade I was talking about. I'm afraid there's no way out in thatdirection.
I've tried to install the missing nbm-modules (Release 6.91) downloaded from the the website: [http://bits.netbeans.org/maven2/org/netbeans/modules/].
As a result, a much more larger number of missing modules appeared and now I doubt if it is possible to use clearcase-plugin with this "trimmed downed version" dbxtool-IDE.
IvanIgorovich wrote:Yes, it's an alternative, but it's a little bit awkward to debug executables, resulting from our own tool-chain, in the studio 12 IDE (e.g. one needs to create a project etc.). It would have been nice to have a lightweight debug-tool (as it is dbxtool) with a clearcase connection.
So, why not use the full IDE?
Egor wrote:I know this workaround and it's probably the best way to debug binaries in the studio IDE.
IDE is all around projects, but you do not need to create full featured project with sources etc. to debug a binary.
- add the folder with your binary to the IDE favorites view
- right click on the binary and select Debug...