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Crash No error message [message #660092] Wed, 16 March 2011 18:47 Go to next message
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Registered: September 2010
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Eclipse has been regularly crashing, this started a good few months ago and since then there have been updates, but the problem has persisted. I haven't been able to work out what triggers the crash, partly due to the fact there's no error message produced on exit or start up. I'm trying to find where the log files are but haven't had any luck so far. If you can tell me where to find more information I'll gladly provide.
Thanks in advance.

Found it.

A conflict occurred for CTRL+SHIFT+T:Binding(CTRL+SHIFT+T,
ParameterizedCommand(Command(org.eclipse.jdt.ui.navigate.ope n.type,Open Type,
Open a type in a Java editor,
Category(org.eclipse.ui.category.navigate,Navigate,null,true ),
,
,,true),null),
org.eclipse.ui.defaultAcceleratorConfiguration,
org.eclipse.ui.contexts.window,,,system)
Binding(CTRL+SHIFT+T,
ParameterizedCommand(Command(com.python.pydev.analysis.actio ns.pyGlobalsBrowserWorkbench,Python Show Class Browser,
Show Class Browser,
Category(org.python.pydev.ui.category.source,Pydev - Editor,Pydev editor category,true),
,
,,true),null),
org.eclipse.ui.defaultAcceleratorConfiguration,
org.eclipse.ui.contexts.window,,,system)

Should I be editing something in pydev.

[Updated on: Wed, 16 March 2011 18:56]

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Re: Crash No error message [message #661188 is a reply to message #660092] Wed, 23 March 2011 13:59 Go to previous message
Eric Rizzo is currently offline Eric Rizzo
Messages: 2313
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
On 3/16/11 2:47 PM, reubensymons@btinternet.com wrote:
> Eclipse has been regularly crashing, this started a good few months ago
> and since then there have been updates, but the problem has persisted. I
> haven't been able to work out what triggers the crash, partly due to the
> fact there's no error message produced on exit or start up. I'm trying
> to find where the log files are but haven't had any luck so far. If you
> can tell me where to find more information I'll gladly provide.
> Thanks in advance.

In your workspace directory there's a directory called .metadata and in
that you'll find a .log file.
In Eclipse, you can also open a GUI view of the log. See Window > Show
View > Other and then select Error Log from the General category.

Eric
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