Hopefully one or all of you are reporting your problems to
Eclipse.org. They make and control the installer not plugin authors.
I installed Subclipse using Marketplace Client on Helios JEE and it
worked perfectly. This was on OSX.
The CDT problem is just about not having the installer automatically
install JDT ... again an installer bug.
Maybe you do not have write permissions to the install directories? I
recall that being a problem for some users with 3.5.
On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 5:21 AM, Thijs Elferink <t.elferink_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear sir/madam,
> As you can read from the title I have a problem getting Subclipse to work on
> In tried installing it from the updatesite: no svn perspective, no
> svn/subclipse options in preferences
> Using a fresh eclipse directory I then tried installing it from the
> marketplace: it didn't even come up in the installed section
> So I installed it again from the marketplace: it was listed in the installed
> section but still the same problems as before.
> Then I read this message in discussions: Subclipse would not install on
> Helios for C/C++
> And I tried installing Subclipse on fresh eclipse directory using the
> updatesite but without other updatesites enabled: still no svn perspective
> or svn/subclipse options in preferences.
> Could you give me any tips on how to get it working?
> Also this guy (I don't know him) has the same troubles:
> Regards, Thijs Elferink
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