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Re: [jdt-dev] OT: object info doesn't appear during holdover.
- From: linuxguy <linuxguy123@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2006 23:59:38 -0700
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I got my eclipse installation to work. I think the problem had
something to do with the features that were added to my installation
after I installed the eclipse SDK. When I continually had problems, I
was manually selecting the plugins that I needed. (ve, jdt, cdt and
their dependencies.) What seemed to get it to work was to reinstall and
select ALL the available plugins.
FWIW, there seemed to be a dependency update glitch. If I selected ve,
it asked for emf iirc. I could select the emf package but the
dependency still remained. However, if I unselected ve and then
reselected it, the dependency was satisfied.
I am wondering if for some reason swt source wasn't installed with the
plug in selections I made.
Sorry for the bother and thanks for listening and helping.