|Indexer failing on Java 7? [message #1185378]
||Thu, 14 November 2013 02:46
| Patrick Turley
Registered: July 2009
I sort of want to write a bug for this, but I haven't done the rigorous work to truly prove the problem. Before I do that, I want to hear if anyone else has experienced this.|
I'm working with the Android Jelly Bean source tree, running Eclipse 4.3.1 on Mac OS X.
I have a single project with both Java and C/C++ "natures."
The CDT had no problem indexing the C/C++ source code in the past.
I installed the Oracle Java 7 JDK on my machine.
When I tried to index a large fraction of the C/C++ code (e.g., *not* the kernel), I got a *lot* of stack overflow messages in the error log.
I hadn't run into this problem before and, after eliminating a bunch of other things, I fell back to Java 6 and saw the problem go away.
I *tentatively*, *anecdotally* conclude that the CDT indexer sometimes works poorly when the underlying JDK is 7.
Has anyone else seen anything like this?
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