That is odd. There are some diagnostics we can do. Can you open the view: Type Space view. You should see a ExtJSTL-4.1.1.zip in this view.
Make sure you are in the VJET perspective.
Go to Window -> Show View -> Type Space
If this is not showing up then maybe the file is corrupt / having issues being read in. Try deleting the project (and the files on disk) and downloading the zip again.
The dependency won't work as an archive.
Variable Ext undefined
am also having the same error "Variable Ext undefined".
Tried every possibility...
can anyone help me out..
thnx in advance
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I am still having the same problem as well!
My Type Space view looks similar to what you have, but the "ExtJSTL-4.1.zip" is not there. It appears as though no matter what I try doing I cannot get the internal ZIP file in the ExtJSTL-4.1 project to load.
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I am trying to install Sencha Eclipse Plugin for Eclipse. I have followed the steps as listed in the blog link : http://kiahu.com/tutorial/working-wi...n-for-eclipse/
I am using Eclipse Indigo 3.7. I have downloaded Sencha Complete from where I extracted Eclipse Plugin.
In Eclipse I go to -> Help -> Install New Software and add the link to Eclipse Plugin.
When I click on the next button, I get the below error.
I downloaded package org.w3c.dom.svg.1.1.0 jar and placed the jar in plugins folder under Sencha_Eclipse_Plugin-trial-188.8.131.52. But it didnot help.
Can someone help me out ?
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