On 15/11/2013 08:56, Alexandr Druzhinin wrote:
15.11.2013 00:54, Bruno Medeiros пишет:
DDT 0.9.0 ("Debugging is Magic") is out, see post:

I installed 4.2 version but get error again:
Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency.
   Software being installed: DDT - D Development Tools
0.9.0.v201311141659 (org.dsource.ddt.feature.group 0.9.0.v201311141659)
   Software currently installed: Eclipse Platform 4.2.0.I20120608-1400
(org.eclipse.platform.ide 4.2.0.I20120608-1400)
   Only one of the following can be installed at once:
     Eclipse Workbench 3.105.0.v20130529-1406 (org.eclipse.ui.workbench
     Eclipse Workbench 3.103.0.v20120530-1824 (org.eclipse.ui.workbench
     Eclipse Workbench 3.103.1.v20120906-120042
(org.eclipse.ui.workbench 3.103.1.v20120906-120042)
     Eclipse Workbench 3.105.1.v20130821-1411 (org.eclipse.ui.workbench
     Eclipse Workbench 3.104.0.v20130204-164612
(org.eclipse.ui.workbench 3.104.0.v20130204-164612)
   Cannot satisfy dependency:
     From: DDT - D Development Tools 0.9.0.v201311141659
(org.dsource.ddt.feature.group 0.9.0.v201311141659)
     To: org.dsource.ddt.ide.debug [0.1.0.v201311141659]
   Cannot satisfy dependency:
     From: DDT Debug support (DSF) 0.1.0.v201311141659
(org.dsource.ddt.ide.debug 0.1.0.v201311141659)
     To: bundle org.eclipse.ui 3.105.0

Version is the last, what should I do more?

My bad. The effective minimum Eclipse Platform version is 4.3.0, not 4.2.0 (I've updated the DDT Installation wiki).

Also, it seems as things stand Eclipse cannot update the Platform and install DDT *at the same time*, even within the same Platform major version number. So just do it in two steps, first update Eclipse ("Check for updates"), then update/install DDT.

Bruno Medeiros - Software Engineer

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