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Eclipse Not Recognizing PyDev Addition [message #1273207] Wed, 19 March 2014 18:13 Go to next message
Spencer Blair is currently offline Spencer BlairFriend
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I am installing the necessary software for my Computer Science class: Python 2.7, Eclipse IDE, and the PyDev add-on. I installed all three items successfully, and now I must configure Eclipse and check my installation. The first task is to click the icon in the top right of Eclipse next to Java (the square with the plus sign) and select "PyDev" from the menu of 10 items that appears. However, only nine items appear and PyDev is the one missing. Essentially, it does not recognize that I installed the PyDev add-on, even though when I go to my configuration it says its there. What should I do? I already installed the most recent version of Java; that did not change anything. Any help would be much appreciated.
Re: Eclipse Not Recognizing PyDev Addition [message #1273420 is a reply to message #1273207] Thu, 20 March 2014 01:50 Go to previous message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell BatemanFriend
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On 03/19/2014 12:17 PM, Spencer Blair wrote:
> I am installing the necessary software for my Computer Science class:
> Python 2.7, Eclipse IDE, and the PyDev add-on. I installed all three
> items successfully, and now I must configure Eclipse and check my
> installation. The first task is to click the icon in the top right of
> Eclipse next to Java (the square with the plus sign) and select "PyDev"
> from the menu of 10 items that appears. However, only nine items appear
> and PyDev is the one missing. Essentially, it does not recognize that I
> installed the PyDev add-on, even though when I go to my configuration it
> says its there. What should I do? I already installed the most recent
> version of Java; that did not change anything. Any help would be much
> appreciated.

PyDev is created and maintained by appcelerator. How this works is that
many third parties create plug-ins you integrate into Eclipse that
influence the interface or provide completely separate functionality.
You should try a forum at accelerator or you might try stackoverflow.com.
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