|Brand new to Eclipse using Java. HelloWorld spawns immediate error. [message #1805382]
||Fri, 12 April 2019 21:00
| Missing name Mising name
Registered: January 2010
Using Eclipse 2019-03 (4.11.0); build id: 20190314-1200|
Java sdk 12
Opened eclipse after install.
I followed the "Create HelloWorld application" guided-walkthrough. Immediately after I created the Java project HelloWorld, it gave me a build error: Errors occurred during the build.
Errors running builder 'Java Builder' on project 'HelloWorld'.
So I deleted the project and deleted all files from my "eclipse-workspace" (so it was empty) and I tried again. Now, immediately after I click "finish" on the guided walkthrough for the "Create HelloWorld application", I get the following error:
"Periodic Workspace save.' has encountered a problem. Could not write metadata for '/'
Detailed info: "Could not write metadata for '/'.
/Users/dJames/eclipse-workspace/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.core.resources/.root/.markers.snap (No such file or directory)"
And it is true when I check for that directory, there is a folder "org.eclipse.org.resources" which only contains two items: a "projects" folder, and a file: "0.snap", but not the ".root" folder.
Since I got a different error than the first time I tried to load the HelloWorld application, it seems like I have deleted something important when I emptied the "eclipse-workspace" folder, but I really don't know how to return it to good.
Any help with the two problems above, greatly appreciated.
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