I'm relatively new to Eclipse. I'm currently running bzr 2.2.1 and Eclipse 3.5.2 (Galileo). Following the directions at:


I get to the point where it tells me the plugin has been successfully installed, but when I attempt to configure it at Window --> Preferences --> Team --> Bazaar, there's no "Bazaar" there. Team shows CVS, File Contents, Ignored Resources and Models. (Nothing useful under CVS.) Nothing in ~/workspace/.metadata/.log about bzr either.

I've uninstalled and reinstalled the plugin a few times, to no avail. Is there a more thorough way to uninstall that plugin without removing everything else that's been installed?

Is there somewhere else I should be looking for the source of trouble? I didn't see anything promising on Launchpad, but may not have looked deep enough.

  • does your bazaar install work at all from the cli? if it isn't functioning the rest of this is a moot point. – RobotHumans Jan 31 '11 at 19:42
  • If I understand your question, yes. I've been using bzr from the command line for several years, albeit, not necessarily taking full advantage of its power. (I wrote a short tutorial on basic usage a few years ago as well.) It's still working fine a la CLI. – Ubuntourist Feb 1 '11 at 20:59
  • yes you understood what i was trying to ask. I would guess that it has something to do with Java or eclipse environment variables. I have had weird problems similar to this when I install Java the ubuntu way. That's why for things like Java and Ruby I just handle the manual install and env variable settings myself and shovel everything to opt. I probably won't be much help though since my java isn't "out-of-the-box" configured. If I have time, I'll do a fresh install in a vm and see if I can replicate this behaviour. – RobotHumans Feb 5 '11 at 7:43

There's a bug filed in Launchpad on this issue: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bzr-eclipse/+bug/709210

Currently, I'm trying to install bzr-eclipse in Maverick 64bit running in Virtual Box. Let's what this gives.

Bazaar installation on command line works; verified by branching lp:bzr.

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