|Scrapbook giving "source not found" error [message #638131]
||Wed, 10 November 2010 05:46
Registered: November 2010
Just starting out with Eclipse and Java and trying to do Mark Dexter's tutorials. |
I'm stuck on MacOS X Tiger, so have to use Eclipse 3.3.2 which I've got up and running and have installed a number (maybe too many?) of extras/updates.
Have created a Person class in a package in a new project.
Have imported the spec into a Scrapbook page.
Enter the following:
Person p = new Person();
Highlight and hit Evaluate, gives me a new pane, entitle CodeSnippet_4.run()
with a nice red message "Source not found".
Just not sure what I might be missing here?
Any help would be appreciated so I can get back to the tutorial.
[Updated on: Wed, 10 November 2010 05:59]
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|Re: Scrapbook giving "source not found" error [message #1680324 is a reply to message #638131]
||Tue, 17 March 2015 00:05
| Gordon Lippa
Registered: March 2015
Location: Seattle, WA
I've also encountered the "Source not found" error while inspecting statements in the Eclipse Scrapbook. |
My resolution was to update the path in my Environment Variable list after upgrading to a newer version of Eclipse.
On a Win8.x system:
1. Open Control Panel\System and Security\System.
2. Select Advanced System Settings from the left.
3. From the Advanced tab, select Environment Variables at the bottom.
4. Select JAVA_HOME from system variables, and edit to your latest version folder.
5. Reboot to ensure new variables apply.
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