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 Post subject: PlugIns and RB2005r4
PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 10:54 am 
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I have downloaded the last, 4th release for RealBasic2005 Linux. In a help file relating one of avaliable classes (REALbasic2005r4/Resources/Language Reference/Topics/1408.html) you can see:

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In order to use this class, you must install the ... plug-in in your plugins folder.
...
The set of ... plug-ins is included on the REALbasic CD, but you may find more recent versions at the REAL Software web site, http://www.realsoftware.com.


I have downloaded this Plugin. How could I install it into RealBasic2005r4 for Linux?

Thank you!


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I am on Windows right now, so I can't check this, but isn't there a plug-ins folder for Linux, inside the REAL Software folder? As I recall, you put your plug-ins inside that folder, but I have only used them once, so I am not certain.


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Jennifer wrote:
I am on Windows right now, so I can't check this, but isn't there a plug-ins folder for Linux, inside the REAL Software folder? As I recall, you put your plug-ins inside that folder, but I have only used them once, so I am not certain.

Thank you for your attention!

I have found an Internal PlugIns folder only. I have tried to put the downloaded PlugIn into this folder, but I can not use it's class. Could you tell me how are you doing a PlugIn-installation in RB for Windows?

With warmest regards
Vladimir


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If there's not already a folder called Plugins next to the IDE, then you should create one. Then put any plugins into that folder. Note, you need to relaunch REALbasic before it'll notice the new plugins.


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Aaron Ballman wrote:
If there's not already a folder called Plugins next to the IDE, then you should create one. Then put any plugins into that folder. Note, you need to relaunch REALbasic before it'll notice the new plugins.


Thank you very much, it works!
Required steps for RB2005r4 for Linux AddIns installation (Novel SuSE 9.3) are:
1. Download an Plugins archive from http://www.realsoftware.com/download/windows/
2. Unpack the archive and store your *.rbx file
3.Create an /usr/bin/REALbasic2005r4/Plugins folder
4. Put your *.rbx file into this folder
5. Execute chmod 755 * for this folder (su mode required).
6. Done.


Last edited by bvgd on Fri Oct 21, 2005 11:11 am, edited 1 time in total.

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You can create a plug-ins folder, and copy you rbx in it. :wink:

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