|Re: [Galileo Java] Can't create new class [message #528801 is a reply to message #528763]
||Wed, 21 April 2010 19:42
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 4/21/2010 10:59 AM, Cindy wrote:|
> Hi there,
> I had the same problem of not being able to create a class, and I was
> getting the same three options. If you look up in the upper right hand
> corner of your Eclipse window, you may or may not see a box that says
> 'debug'. All I did was right-click that box and select 'close' (or maybe
> 'exit' - something along those lines), and that took care of my problem.
> The debug box was right next to the Java box in the upper right hand
> corner of my Eclipse window. I was going to attach a partial screenshot,
> but it seems that I can't add the image to this thread. Let me know if
> you need it.
> Kind regards,
> - Cindy
What Cindy is talking about is a "perspective" in Eclipse. Typically,
you'll have a Debug and a Java perspective; a Java EE perspective if
you're developing web applications, etc.
Based on bad experiences doing so, I would say it's best not to do
anything in the Debug perspective except run the debugger. Whenever I've
tried to add new classes or just edit code (viewing code is just fine),
it's led to inconvenience when not disaster. Usually, I end up bouncing
Eclipse. So, I've never done it in a couple of years now.
Best of luck,
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