Setup the development environment according to the following steps.
ch.ntb.inf.deep/junitTargetTestfrom the build path of the project.
ch.ntb.inf.deep.trglib/junitTargetTestfrom the build path of the project.
Now you can use the plugin together with the target library as any other eclipse plugin under development.
If you want to test your own deep-plugin, there are two possibilities. One is to use the integrated eclipse function to run the whole project as Eclipse application and the second is to deploy the plugin and use it in an eclipse installation as dropin.
For the first possibility either go to the MANIFEST.MF file and click under Overview > Testing > Launch an Eclipse application (in Debug or Release mode) or create a new Run Configuration under Eclipse Application.
In both cases, go to the Main Tab of the Run Configuration and select a location for your Workspace Data.
Second, go to the Arguments Tab and under VM arguments it is sometimes necessary to increase the maximum memory (-Xmx parameter) for example to 768m. If you get a MaxPerm Error, you can add a parameter to increase this size (-XX:MaxPermSize=512m).
Eclipse offers a possibility to deploy a plugin without the need to create a Feature Project and an Update Site from which you can install the plugin afterwards. How you can do this is described in the following steps: