>> I installed eclipse-platform-3.5.2-2.fc13.x86_64 on Fedora 13.
>> Java has been installed on the system.
>> ca1@localhost ~]$ java -version
>> java version "1.6.0_18"
>> But, Java runtime is not recognised in the Eclipse IDE.
>> Under Menu....... Window>Preferences there are no installed JREs options.
>> Also, no Java project, class options in the menu is available.
> Hello, you want eclipse-jdt and java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel;
> and pls dont use html formatted messages
Spent a little bit of time chasing this down myself last night with
akurtakov and hicham. It is looking like a 32 vs 64 bit issue: I have
no Java support on 64 bit, but they both have it working on 32. THis is
on F15 with all of the openjdk RPMs installed as well as eclipse-jdt.
I ran eclipse and saw no Java support (no Java perspective, and
File->new->Project didn't have Java as an option.)
Tried removing ~/.eclipse. No difference
Tried uninstalling all of the rpms, making sure that there was no
/etc/eclipse.conf, and the workspace was gone as well as no
~/.eclipse. No difference.
We saw a strange side effect, which was that, once I removed the babel
rpm (eclipse-nls.noarch) and then deleted the directory under
/usr/share/eclipse, I was getting an OSGi error that it couldn't find
the repo. Might have been a red herring, but it seems indicative of a
dependecy that isn't fully separated out.
If I run from the upstream tarball, I can see a plugin listed under
called org.eclipse.jdt.core and org.eclipse.jdt.ui
But the (not working) RPM version does not have these plugins listed.
I'm guessing that this is a problem at the OSGi layer, that the plugins
are not getting activated.
Does anyone have a working Fedora Eclipse on 64 bit?
I have the following installed.
[ayoung@ayoung ~]$ rpmquery -a | grep eclipse
[ayoung@ayoung ~]$ rpmquery -a | grep openjdk
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