I'm trying to install the Scala-IDE into the latest Eclipse-Kepler JEE release. The Scala-IDE installs and behaves fine, but if I then install either the OEPE or just the Weblogic Server Tools the JDT Weaving is disabled, and it does not seem possible to re-enable them. This breaks the Scala-IDE. I have also tried to first install OEPE, then the Scala IDE, but the JDT Weaving remains disabled. I have tried both 32-bit and 64-bit windows installs, running on Windows 8.1 with latest JDK-7.
Eclipse Installation Info:
Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers 126.96.36.19930919-0803 epp.package.jee
JDT Weaving for Scala 3.0.2.v-2_10-201310181157-0880865 org.scala-ide.sdt.weaving.feature.feature.group scala-ide.org
Scala IDE for Eclipse 3.0.2.v-2_10-201310181157-0880865 org.scala-ide.sdt.feature.feature.group scala-ide.org
Scala Worksheet 0.2.1.v-2_10-201310181203-557328b org.scalaide.worksheet.feature.feature.group Scala IDE
ScalaTest for Scala IDE 2.9.3.v-3-2_10-201310190808-60feeb3 org.scala-ide.sdt.scalatest.feature.feature.group scala-ide.org
I'd really like to be able to use Scala and ScalaTest. Any insights are greatly appreciated.
Figured it out. Basically, the OSGI cache gets messed up the first time you run a Weblogic server, but if you exit, and re-run with the "-clean" option for eclipse, it will then allow you to enable the JDT Weaving, and everything works nicely together. You only need to run with the clean flag once.
The Scala IDE and ScalaTest both work fine, as does the WebLogic plugin. This will work for making it so that AJDT Weaving can be enabled, too.
Hope this helps someone else.