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Eclipse is written mostly in Java and its primary use is for developing Java applications, but it may also be used to develop applications in other programming languages via plug-ins, including Ada, ABAP, C, C , COBOL, D, Fortran, Haskell, Java Script, Julia, Lasso, Lua, NATURAL, Perl, PHP, Prolog, Python, R, Ruby (including Ruby on Rails framework), Rust, Scala, Clojure, Groovy, Scheme, and Erlang.
The initial codebase originated from IBM Visual Age.
It is good practice to place your Git repositories outside the Eclipse workspace.
This separates your Git repository from any additional meta-data which Eclipse might create.
The only log entries are in regards to missing Help documents. SUBENTRY 1 org.base 4 4 2010-10-13 .633 Pretty sure those are unrelated to Android since they're in regards to the Eclipse base? Glad to see it was just posted this morning and I didn't miss it when searching previously.
Attempted resolution: Removed Android plugins, reinstalled. Redownloaded the SDK, installed Eclipse, installed the Android plugins through Eclips (help Install New Software). Restarted Eclipse - still nothing for Android in the Preferences pane, nor anywhere else. Details; Eclipse SDK Version: 3.5.2 Build id: M20100211-1343 Android DDMS 0.9.9.v201009221407-60953 Android Development Tools 0.9.9.v201009221407-60953 Ubuntu 10.10Thanks for the replies - Guitou is right, nothing in the logs shows problems with it. Delete ~/.eclipse/org.eclipse.platform_3.5.0_155965261 3.
It can also be used to develop documents with La Te X (via a Te Xlipse plug-in) and packages for the software Mathematica.
Development environments include the Eclipse Java development tools (JDT) for Java and Scala, Eclipse CDT for C/C , and Eclipse PDT for PHP, among others.Now you can right click on a source directory, select the PMD tool and a dialog box will appear. Since Code Guide understands the emacs syntax you can click on the file name and Code Guide will jump to that file and line number. It should work on other unix variations just the same. The report will be placed in a "reports" directory in a file called "cpd-report.txt".Of course you need to change the "Executable" setting above to where your PMD is installed. If you haven't heard of Code Guide before, check it out. To find additional help for other features, please read included help by selecting Help-Help Contents and browse the "How to..." section in the "PMD Plugin Documentation" book.Short version: Upgraded to Maverick, Android ADT preferences no longer in Eclipse and Android apps fail to run due to missing resources. Long version: On 10.04 Eclipse and the Android ADT plugin were working perfectly. By default, Eclipse Git uses the The Git functionality in the Eclipse IDE uses the same configuration files as the Git command line tools.