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AJDT 1.1.1 breaks 2.1RC2 on OS X hard... [message #17232] Mon, 17 March 2003 10:28 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: stu_us.yahoo.com

I just installed it using the update manager. After restarting Eclipse,
things immediately got strange. There were two of every view, layered on
top of each other, the one in the back barely visible. Switching to the
Java perspective immediately broke everything. None of the editors could
open, and even the package explorer itself can't open.

What's the best way to repair an installation? I think I'll wait until
the next release :-), so I'll see if I can uninstall it manually. My
immediate concern of course is that my normal non-aspectj dev environment
is broken.

For the record, I'm running OS X 1.2.4, with the release version of JDK
1.4.1 on a 12' powerbook.

Thanks for any help, and I'm looking forward to playing with the next
release!

Stu
Re: AJDT 1.1.1 breaks 2.1RC2 on OS X hard... [message #17261 is a reply to message #17232] Mon, 17 March 2003 11:32 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: purplehayz.earthlink.net

Since I didn't have any AspectJ projects started (yet), I just found that I
had to restart eclipse if I tried to access the preferences window twice
(the first time it would think and do nothing, then the second time it would
simply fail to show the preferences window at all). This also with 2.1RC2
on MacOS X 10.2.4, JDK 1.3.1.

Have fun! - Bob

On 3/17/03 4:28 AM, in article b54817$fsf$1@rogue.oti.com, "Stu"
<stu_us@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I just installed it using the update manager. After restarting Eclipse,
> things immediately got strange. There were two of every view, layered on
> top of each other, the one in the back barely visible. Switching to the
> Java perspective immediately broke everything. None of the editors could
> open, and even the package explorer itself can't open.
>
> What's the best way to repair an installation? I think I'll wait until
> the next release :-), so I'll see if I can uninstall it manually. My
> immediate concern of course is that my normal non-aspectj dev environment
> is broken.
>
> For the record, I'm running OS X 1.2.4, with the release version of JDK
> 1.4.1 on a 12' powerbook.
>
> Thanks for any help, and I'm looking forward to playing with the next
> release!
>
> Stu
>

--
Bob Hays, Computer Geek

"In this world you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant. Well, for years I
was smart. I recommend pleasant."
-- Elwood P. Dowd as played by James Stewart in Harvey
Re: AJDT 1.1.1 breaks 2.1RC2 on OS X hard... [message #564755 is a reply to message #17232] Mon, 17 March 2003 11:32 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: purplehayz.earthlink.net

Since I didn't have any AspectJ projects started (yet), I just found that I
had to restart eclipse if I tried to access the preferences window twice
(the first time it would think and do nothing, then the second time it would
simply fail to show the preferences window at all). This also with 2.1RC2
on MacOS X 10.2.4, JDK 1.3.1.

Have fun! - Bob

On 3/17/03 4:28 AM, in article b54817$fsf$1@rogue.oti.com, "Stu"
<stu_us@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I just installed it using the update manager. After restarting Eclipse,
> things immediately got strange. There were two of every view, layered on
> top of each other, the one in the back barely visible. Switching to the
> Java perspective immediately broke everything. None of the editors could
> open, and even the package explorer itself can't open.
>
> What's the best way to repair an installation? I think I'll wait until
> the next release :-), so I'll see if I can uninstall it manually. My
> immediate concern of course is that my normal non-aspectj dev environment
> is broken.
>
> For the record, I'm running OS X 1.2.4, with the release version of JDK
> 1.4.1 on a 12' powerbook.
>
> Thanks for any help, and I'm looking forward to playing with the next
> release!
>
> Stu
>

--
Bob Hays, Computer Geek

"In this world you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant. Well, for years I
was smart. I recommend pleasant."
-- Elwood P. Dowd as played by James Stewart in Harvey
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