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      If you use a 64-bit JVM, the XULRunner parts of JBoss Tools does not load.

      We should look into providing a xulrunner for Windows 64-bit.

      Update:
      In JBoss Tools 4.1.0 and JBoss Developer Studio 7.0.0 XULRunner for 64-bit Windows is provided via experimental update site: http://download.jboss.org/jbosstools/updates/integration/kepler/core/xulrunner/

      Known problems:

      • XULRunner for 64-bit Windows is incompatible with Intel OpenCL SDK

      If you get R6034 error you may:

      • Try to uninstall Intel OpenCL SDK
      • OR Disable XULRunner by adding the option -Dorg.jboss.tools.vpe.loadxulrunner=false to the eclipse.ini (or jbdevstudio.ini if you use JBoss Developer Studio)

      If you do not have Intel OpenCL SDK installed but still getting the R6034 error, we will very appreciate if you run Process Explorer as described in this comment and help us to find conflicting library.

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            Mikhail Kalkov added a comment -

            Ok, thanks. I'll try to use the HTML Preview view in the coming days and see how it works.

            Btw, I've checked the MSVCR version used by javaw.exe in my case and it apparently loads the one at jdk1.7.0_67\jre\bin\msvcr100.dll. Furthermore, I have both Intel iCLS Client (both x86 and x64) and Intel Management Engine Components (both x86 and x64) in the PATH, but neither of them contain a private MSVCR copy. I haven't analyzed Intel OpenCL SDK because I don't have it installed. On the other hand, Firefox 31 and MS Office 15 seem to come with private copies of msvcr100.dll, but they are not in PATH. Finally, there is a copy of this library in C:\Windows\System32\msvcr100.dll, but somehow JRE picks up an own copy. So, could it be that this problem is specific to JRE version and is fixed in recent releases?

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            Mikhail Kalkov added a comment - Ok, thanks. I'll try to use the HTML Preview view in the coming days and see how it works. Btw, I've checked the MSVCR version used by javaw.exe in my case and it apparently loads the one at jdk1.7.0_67\jre\bin\msvcr100.dll. Furthermore, I have both Intel iCLS Client (both x86 and x64) and Intel Management Engine Components (both x86 and x64) in the PATH, but neither of them contain a private MSVCR copy. I haven't analyzed Intel OpenCL SDK because I don't have it installed. On the other hand, Firefox 31 and MS Office 15 seem to come with private copies of msvcr100.dll, but they are not in PATH. Finally, there is a copy of this library in C:\Windows\System32\msvcr100.dll, but somehow JRE picks up an own copy. So, could it be that this problem is specific to JRE version and is fixed in recent releases?
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            Konstantin Marmalyukov added a comment -

            Try open a html file (not .xhtml) and open the HTML Preview view.

            Or simply open HTML file in JBoss Tools html editor. To ensure you open HTML editor with preview look at the buttons in vertical toolbar, they must be different with those we have later.

            In screenshot above two files with the same content is opened.

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            Konstantin Marmalyukov added a comment - Try open a html file (not .xhtml) and open the HTML Preview view. Or simply open HTML file in JBoss Tools html editor. To ensure you open HTML editor with preview look at the buttons in vertical toolbar, they must be different with those we have later. In screenshot above two files with the same content is opened.
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            Mikhail Kalkov added a comment -

            Err, than I must have been using HTML5 preview all this time since my files have .html extension. The XulRunner-backed preview of .xhtml file seems to work fine too though. Sorry for confusion!

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            Mikhail Kalkov added a comment - Err, than I must have been using HTML5 preview all this time since my files have .html extension. The XulRunner-backed preview of .xhtml file seems to work fine too though. Sorry for confusion!
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            Max Rydahl Andersen added a comment -

            xulrunner one wont support much html5 content - especially pages with heavy javascript. the html5 preview does. thats the main benefit.

            the "loss" is that you can't edit in the preview but for now users feedback have generally been they dont care/need the visual edit - more important is the visual selection/navigation. Which html5 preview does provide.

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            Max Rydahl Andersen added a comment - xulrunner one wont support much html5 content - especially pages with heavy javascript. the html5 preview does. thats the main benefit. the "loss" is that you can't edit in the preview but for now users feedback have generally been they dont care/need the visual edit - more important is the visual selection/navigation. Which html5 preview does provide.
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            Mikhail Kalkov added a comment -

            ...for now users feedback have generally been they dont care/need the visual edit - more important is the visual selection/navigation.

            I think so too.

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            Mikhail Kalkov added a comment - ...for now users feedback have generally been they dont care/need the visual edit - more important is the visual selection/navigation. I think so too.

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              • Assignee:
                Konstantin Marmalyukov
                Reporter:
                Samuel Mendenhall
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