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how i can remove eclipse with all plugins [message #901413] Sun, 12 August 2012 00:45 Go to next message
waqas cheema is currently offline waqas cheema
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Registered: August 2012
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HI

i have download Eclipse Java EE Developers and unzip to my program files and after that i install some plugin like php developer and few others ... now when i updated it give me error and also when i try to install android development plugin ..

please need little help ...
please tell me how i can remove all things so i can install it as a fresh copy i have deleted everything from my user folder and workspace folder which created by Eclipse but still when it give me errors.
Re: how i can remove eclipse with all plugins [message #901459 is a reply to message #901413] Sun, 12 August 2012 16:11 Go to previous message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell Bateman
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
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On 08/11/2012 06:45 PM, waqas cheema wrote:
> HI
>
> i have download Eclipse Java EE Developers and unzip to my program files
> and after that i install some plugin like php developer and few others
> ... now when i updated it give me error and also when i try to install
> android development plugin ..
>
> please need little help ...
> please tell me how i can remove all things so i can install it as a
> fresh copy i have deleted everything from my user folder and workspace
> folder which created by Eclipse but still when it give me errors.

If you really wish to start over from scratch, just remove the eclipse
folder from your filesystem, download and install a fresh one. You
didn't need to throw away any workspaces or projects. Those are portable.

I'm not certain what your complaints is, but based on your first
paragraph, I would say that you over-looked the possibility of
downloading two separate copies of Eclipse, one for Java and Android
use, and another for PHP. You can do everything in one, but if you feel
uncomfortable doing that, you can have as many separate Eclipse
installations as you like.

Be sure to ask for help in the Eclipse PDT forum for the best way to
install Eclipse for PHP development. For Android use, start with Eclipse
IDE for Java Developers (you don't need the full Java EE tool set), then
add the Android tools.

Hope this helps.
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