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[jdt-dev] OT: object info doesn't appear during holdover.
- From: linuxguy <linuxguy123@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 16:02:57 -0700
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This is a plea for help. I know this mailing list is for Java tool
development not support. I'm sorry to break the rules posting this.
I've been fighting with this problem for over a week and I've posted to
eclipse.tools.jdt and I still haven't gotten it resolved.
Prior to my problem I was running Eclipse problem free for over a year.
It worked great. Everything was fine.
Last week my PC became intermittent and shut down a couple times while I
was working on a Java project in Eclipse. Ever since then I have
experienced a problem where when I hold over on a swt widget object, I
get the following message:
"This element neither has attached source nor attached Javadoc and hence
no information could be found." Furthermore, object completion stopped
working as well.
I am running Eclipse 3.2 on fc6 with all the available updates
installed. Version: 3.2.1 Build id: M20060921-0945
I am using SWT for GTK 2.0 version 3.2.2v3235a, plug in Id
I have reinstalled eclipse several times. I have removed the .eclipse
and workspace directories entirely so that it is as close to a fresh
install as possible.
The holdover issue happens with all Java projects, even brand new ones.
What do I do to make holder info and object completion work again ?
Eclipse and JDT ROCK !