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Eclipse broken (again) [message #507826] Thu, 14 January 2010 14:52 Go to next message
Vernon is currently offline Vernon
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Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
It is not the first time. The import (Ctr + shift + O) doesn't work. I get a message
Quote:

Unexpected error in organize imports. See log for details.
Class file name must end with .class



And when I want to create a new class, after just typing in one character on the superclass Selection popup, I get
Quote:

an internal error occurred during: "Items filtering"



How to solve those problems?



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Re: Eclipse broken (again) [message #507888 is a reply to message #507826] Thu, 14 January 2010 20:52 Go to previous message
Walter Harley is currently offline Walter Harley
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Registered: July 2009
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"Vernon Wu" <vwu725@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> It is not the first time. The import (Ctr + shift + O) doesn't work. I get
> a message Quote:
>> Unexpected error in organize imports. See log for details. Class file
>> name must end with .class
>
>
> And when I want to create a new class, after just typing in one character
> on the superclass Selection popup, I get
> Quote:
>> an internal error occurred during: "Items filtering"
>
>
> How to solve those problems?

Well, did you see the log for details, like it asked you to? What were the
details?

What version of Eclipse are you using? Do you have third-party plugins
installed?

Have you tried Googling or searching Bugzilla, and what did you find?

What troubleshooting steps have you used?

Did the problem start happening after any particular action of yours, such
as installing new features, updating your machine, creating a new workspace?

Does the problem happen in all workspaces, or only some?

Can you reproduce the problem?
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