|Re: Cannot get eclipse to run. [message #941372 is a reply to message #941351]
||Fri, 12 October 2012 09:02
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 10/12/2012 6:38 AM, Edward Dutton wrote:|
> Hello all,
> I'm starting out trying to learn programming and am intending to learn from the free Stanford Engineering Everywhere (SEE) videos on youtube.
> The instructors wish us to use a modified, simplified version of eclipse however i cannot get it to run. I've attached the log generated but i'm afraid i'm a total noob and can't actually understand the error messages presented. :p An answer in the simplest, noobish terms would be very much appreciated.
> Thanks in advance!
While it's not completely out of the question that such an ancient
version of Eclipse could run atop Java 7, it stretches the imagination
that you'd even want to try.
I should be very surprised that you couldn't do simple Java programming
using a modern Eclipse and these SEE videos. Things wouldn't look
identical, but if you download Indigo (maybe not Juno), what I imagine
you'll be doing will be nigh identical in terms of interface with how it
was done back in 2006. You'd want the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
When (if) you do that, please consult this page on how to fix up
Just my two cents. Best of luck.
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