- Platform information:
- Hardware: i7-7700, 16GB RAM, 500GB SSD
- OS: Windows 10
- Java Runtime Environment: JDK-8u231 x64
- openHAB version: 2.5
- Issue of the topic:
Ever since the switch to BND, I have been very unsuccessful in getting the IDE up and running. As a result, I stopped all of my binding development (Hayward OmniLogix Pool Controller Interface), put the project on the back burner in hopes that it would improve. That was roughly 9 months ago when the weather was warming up. Now that winter is upon us, I’m ready to try again. In my latest attempt I installed eclipse per the instructions here. I selected the 2019-12 version and no other options other than the OpenHab Development environment. I left for a few hours and came back to a blank welcome page, but an IDE behind it that looked ok. The problem is it refuses to resolve and throws the following error:
Resolution failed. Capabilities satisfying the following requirements could not be found:
⇒ osgi.identity: (osgi.identity=org.openhab.ui.paper)
I’ve tried cleaning and rebuilding, which happens extremely quickly with no errors. Somewhat suspicious. If I try to run without a successful resolve, I get these errors
Status ERROR: bndtools.core code=0 Cannot find /error/org.openhab.ui.paper;version=[3.0.0,3.0.1) Not found in [bndtools.m2e.MavenWorkspaceRepository@144c92f3, bndtools.m2e.MavenImplicitProjectRepository@7f0a6a88, bnd-cache [C:/Users/Controls/.bnd/default-ws/cnf/cache/4.3.1/bnd-cache r/w=false]] null
Status ERROR: bndtools.core code=0 org.openhab.ui.paper;version=[3.0.0,3.0.1) Not found in [bndtools.m2e.MavenWorkspaceRepository@144c92f3, bndtools.m2e.MavenImplicitProjectRepository@7f0a6a88, bnd-cache [C:/Users/Controls/.bnd/default-ws/cnf/cache/4.3.1/bnd-cache r/w=false]] null
If I continue to run get this followed by tons of other errors.
! could not resolve the bundles: 
Welcome to Apache Felix Gogo
Any help would be appreciated. Hopefully I’m missing something simple.