If you install from tar, it will presumably just be a folder in your home
directory. It does not have any bearing on the packages from your distro.
You do not have to uninstall the eclipse-cdt package. If the latest
version works better then you could certainly do so, but there is no need
to do it as a pre-req.
You will need to install any plugins etc. in the new version. So you will
have to install Subclipse. You will not have to install the JavaHL package
again though since you already did that.
On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 1:13 PM, Andreas Delleske <delleske_at_avmatsim.de>
> Dear Mark,
> >> So what could be the next steps - ignore the test and add
> >> Subclipse 1.10 (for svn client 1.8) -
> >> http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.10.x
> >> to the list of repositories in Eclipse and install?
> > Yes, or install it from the Eclipse Marketplace Client (which just does
> > that for you).
> OK that's good news to me!
> I'll repeat the steps on my work computer tomorrow and report..
> > The dialog is telling you there is a bug in GNOME keyring and that it
> > to disable that feature. This is fixed in SVN 1.8.11+
> OK thanks..
> > These are not significant.
> Thanks again!
> > There have been a lot of GTK fixes in newer Eclipse versions since 3.8.
> > Could be worth trying Eclipse 4.5.1.
> Ah OK - from here I guess?
> I really hope the tar.gz does not mess up my Linux Mint.. and I guess I
> uninstall eclipse-cdt from Linux Mint first..?
> > That said other than noting these
> > messages in the log I am not sure what problem it is you are running into
> > or trying to solve.
> I'll try all the steps tomorrow and report back if there are errors or
> if it's solved - thank you very much so far!
Received on 2015-10-27 18:31:37 CET