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IBM Rational Synergy for 64-bit Eclipse Integration
We have been told that in regards to upcoming Eclipse release support, IBM has current support only for 32 bit mode. However, the requirement that we were given by our internal customer is to have Synergy be the repository for 64-bit eclipse, as they are developing with 64-bit JVMs, and as per the following excerpt that they found from the eclipse.org website: ?For the 32-bit Eclipse executable (eclipse.exe on Windows) a 32-bit JVM must be used and for the 64-bit Eclipse executable a 64-bit JVM must be used. 32-bit Eclipse will not work with a 64-bit JVM.? (https://wiki.eclipse.org/Eclipse.ini)
The odd thing is, when we were testing our 64-bit eclipse interfaces (Juno, Kepler, Luna) with Synergy 7.1 as the repository, everything appeared to be working fine. However, when we switched to Synergy 7.2.1, 64-bit eclipse no longer was able to log into Synergy (apparently a Java/RDS issue). 32-bit eclipse, apparently every flavour, was fine to log in as normal, as long as the JVM that eclipse is using is the IBM 32-bit. This is unacceptable in light of our requirement.
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