Kepler, unfortunately, removes the 'org.junit4' compatibility bundle. Thus, the build was broken on Kepler. Replacing the dependency with 'org.junit' and specifying version 4 should allow building on Kepler as well as maintaining compatibility with earlier versions of Eclipse. The dependency specifies an inclusive lower bound of 4.8.x to support at least Eclipse 3.7. Additionally, several of the manifests had inconsistent line endings, so their diffs will unfortunately be worthless. Converting them now will prevent future headaches, though.
like long lines, + versions bump
…ide the Eclipse IDE. (b) Create new plug-in/module net.sf.eclipsefp.haskell.util, where various utility classes belong. These currently include the FileUtil and PlatformUtil classes, both of which provide file- and platform-specific utility functions.
…askell code operations should be done in Scion, really. I'm sure there are other changes that slipped in there too.
…to use org.junit4 to make everything consistent.
Code pretty much working, some serious change to come darcs-hash:20060621030413-49d33-31d605632907dc0e339a28646a0cf1a48fa1c294.gz