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authorslewis2013-02-04 22:18:17 -0500
committerslewis2013-02-04 22:18:17 -0500
commitceedf34d784eb1ca757db255d34fad9cada8a218 (patch)
tree75a0a416775a7cb4b07e4289dc5eb4d0703e60e1 /applications/kosmos/bundles/
parent1855cc9460f9ec310f352a4d87b314c93c8bb7cf (diff)
Fix for bug
Diffstat (limited to 'applications/kosmos/bundles/')
2 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/applications/kosmos/bundles/ b/applications/kosmos/bundles/
index 1f07193bc..670697ecb 100644
--- a/applications/kosmos/bundles/
+++ b/applications/kosmos/bundles/
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@ Manifest-Version: 1.0
Bundle-ManifestVersion: 2
Bundle-Name: %pluginName
-Bundle-Version: 1.0.0.qualifier
+Bundle-Version: 1.0.100.qualifier
Bundle-Vendor: %pluginProvider
Bundle-Provider: %providerName
Bundle-Localization: plugin
diff --git a/applications/kosmos/bundles/ b/applications/kosmos/bundles/
index 521925caa..b21095b87 100644
--- a/applications/kosmos/bundles/
+++ b/applications/kosmos/bundles/
@@ -134,7 +134,7 @@ newsgroup=Try asking for help on the newsgroups - http\://
viewvc=Looking for a web interface to the source code released by Eclipse projects? http\://
circular-debug=You might want to try circular debugging by attaching a debugger to Eclipse itself - http\://
consolelog=Writing an Eclipse-based application and can't find anything useful in your console and/or getting "Unhandled event loop exceptions"? Add -consoleLog as a 'Program Argument' to your launch configuration. See http\://\#I_get_an_unhandled_event_loop_exception_in_my_console._What_gives.3F
-source=My source code can be found at \:pserver\\:/cvsroot/technology under the org.eclipse.ecf/applications/kosmos/plugins/ module.
+source=My source code can be found at http\:// repository under applications/kosmos/bundles/
launcher=To learn more about the Eclipse launcher / binary, see - http\:// - http\:// - http\:// - http\://
linux-install=Trying to install Eclipse on Linux? http\://\#How_do_I_install_Eclipse_on_Linux.3F
showlocation=Ever get confused and wondered what workspace you are using? Well, wonder no more, for -showlocation is here to help\! Add -showlocation to the first line of your eclipse.ini file (consequently shifting everything down one line), and you can now see the workspace's name in the title bar.

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