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rt.jar and other java library source [message #104665] Sun, 25 September 2005 12:56 Go to next message
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Originally posted by:

I am running eclipse 3.1 on Windows XP Pro to do Java 1.5_0_04 (5.0)
I am having problems finding the source / javadoc for the standard
I have looked through the exsiting questions, and found the comments under
the subjects:
No javadoc with Jdk 1.5
Javadoc using code complete unavailable/does not work in v3.1

Both of them say to go to the jre, edit it, and select the file
for rt.jar (and presumably the other .jar files.
I used the standard eclipse installation.
I have several files for various parts of the eclipse product
But I can find no trace of the for rt.jar.

I presumably am missing something obvious. Where should I look for the
proper If it is not there, is there a sensible place to download
it from?

Using the instructions in the message with the subject:
What Javadoc URL field?
I have downloaded the documentation.
a) I still can not see the sources, which would be helpful.
b) Although the windows->preferences->java->jre... editing javadocs
pointer points to the javadoc on my machine (which opens fine in firefox)
I am apparently missing whatever technique one is supposed to use to
actually open the javadoc in eclipse. I would settle for triggering my
browser to open the correct piece of javadoc.

Thank you,
Joel M. Halpern
Re: rt.jar and other java library source [message #104737 is a reply to message #104665] Sun, 25 September 2005 23:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by:

The in question is the Java source code distrubited with the
Java SDK. It should be located in your sdk folder if you chose to
install the source when you installed Java.

Hope this helps,
- Jeff
Re: rt.jar and other java library source [message #104890 is a reply to message #104737] Mon, 26 September 2005 12:18 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by:

Thank you. It turns out that the installation I had was the jre but not
the sdk. And this and another answer clarified that what I needed was
indeed included in the sdk. So I got that, and things work much better.

Joel M. Halpern
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