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Re: [Subclipse-users] Eclipse no longer content-assists, checks code errors after Subclipse install

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2015 14:59:07 -0500

On Sat, Feb 21, 2015 at 1:19 PM, skyemoor <will.stewart1a_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> After installing Subclipse and checking out my code, JDT seems to have
> stopped working, and there is no more content assist, LookUpEnvironment,
> and
> other features that the Java perspective has provided before I started
> using
> Subclipse.
> I get these errors;
> - Cannot obtain JDT's lookup environment (debug only)
> - Cannot access LookUpEnvironment by reflection
> - Exception during code completion
> --- imageanalytics (note: my project) does not exist
> None of the tutorials I looked at mentioned this. Is there a step I need to
> add to finish the transition over to a completed Subclipse install that
> keeps a fully functioning Java perspective?

Subclipse does not setup your project for you, it pulls down the files from
your SVN repository. What most people do is check-in their Eclipse
.project and .classpath files, along with the .settings folder. Then, when
someone checks out the project it will already be configured.

The other option, is take the option during Checkout to run the Create New
Project wizard. This allows you to choose the Eclipse project type and
configure it as part of the checkout process.

If you not do either of these things then you just get what Eclipse calls a
"Simple Project" which just has a basic file and folder structure but no
compilers or other tools connected.

Mark Phippard
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