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Scala in Eclipse [message #1737088] Tue, 05 July 2016 15:15 Go to next message
Jennie Hornsey is currently offline Jennie HornseyFriend
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I need to do a course in Scala and need to use Eclipse. I am trying to import a folder which contains Scala programming documents but the message I keep getting is "No projects are found to import". I really need some help as I also have to do assignments for this course which strict deadlines.

I have contacted the helpline for the course, but they weren't very helpful!

Can everyone help?

Thank you

Jennie
Re: Scala in Eclipse [message #1737122 is a reply to message #1737088] Tue, 05 July 2016 22:29 Go to previous message
Russell Bateman is currently offline Russell BatemanFriend
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On 07/05/2016 03:32 PM, Jennie Hornsey wrote:
> I need to do a course in Scala and need to use Eclipse. I am trying to
> import a folder which contains Scala programming documents but the
> message I keep getting is "No projects are found to import". I really
> need some help as I also have to do assignments for this course which
> strict deadlines.
>
> I have contacted the helpline for the course, but they weren't very
> helpful!
>
> Can everyone help?
>
> Thank you
>
> Jennie

Presumably, the Scala programming documents are not already an Eclipse
project. I haven't used Eclipse for Scala, but I assume you've already
visited Help -> Eclipse Marketplace for Scala plug-in support like
"Scala IDE"? You'll need to...

a) create a workspace
b) create a new project
c) don't take the default location, but navigate to find these Scala sources
d) etc.

Hope this helps. You may find more and better help in a forum sponsored
by whatever Scala plug-ins you chose to adopt.

Russ
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