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What's with Eclipse ? I can't do anything. Mac OS X [message #1387136] Tue, 24 June 2014 11:18 Go to next message
Uğur Biçer is currently offline Uğur BiçerFriend
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I downloaded both JDK and JRE then the Standart version of Eclipse . When I try to make a new Java project it doesn't do anything .
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Than I thought that I have to I have to install JRE on Preferences/Java when I select the Installed Jres this comes :
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So I click OK then Jre add screen pop up . I select Add I tried the Internet Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.applet/Contents/Home It doesn't like it . Maybe I'm wrong with that place . I don't know where should I set .
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When I close preferences I get an error message like that :
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I was using Mavericks(10.9) then I downgrade it to the Mountain Lion(10.Cool for maybe it works well.
Seems like there are lots of problems on eclipse on mac ? Or a problem on Mac with java installation?


I worked for java all the winter than I get this when trying to code on a mac ?

I'm really confused that what should I do ?

Any help is important ...


Thanks,
Re: What's with Eclipse ? I can't do anything. Mac OS X [message #1387571 is a reply to message #1387136] Wed, 25 June 2014 09:18 Go to previous message
Uğur Biçer is currently offline Uğur BiçerFriend
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470 wievs no response . So I recommend to anyone who have the same problem to install Windows 7 with Bootcamp Program . So you will have both OS . mac and windows .
Windows Java system is easier than mac's java system. but bugs and issues still happening on Mac . Hope eclipse will find a fix .
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