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    leonbandas is offline Member
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    Default Run RCP action from outside of the Eclipse RCP

    Hi everybody. I am .Net developer and I am looking for some way to run Eclipse RCP application from .Net. I found solution that allows create .Net proxy for every Java class in Java application. I have a simple Eclipse RCP oriented application. I have created proxy for class org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.Main and so I can start Java applet from .Net. Now I am looking how can I run any action in my RCP plugin. I mean how can I obtain class that allow me getting access to plugin actions?
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    Leonid

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    Default Re:Run RCP action from outside of the Eclipse RCP

    Hi,
    we have developed JNI SDK for .NET (OOJNI) and tools that generate .NET code. With OOJNI you can write pure .NET code that calls Java classes, implements native Java methods and interfaces, embed Java components into .NET application and .NET components into Java code. You can write JNI code by hand or generate it with a tool. While use of generating tools you can select Java class members to be wrapped, this makes .NET code generated very compact.
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