Thanks Brian. I actually succeeded different way. Since I didn't want
to have to set up my eclipse yet again, I went in to the update
mechanism and looked for new plugins, selecting some that looked like
source bundles. I got lucky.|
Brian Bauman wrote:
The source should be included in the
SDK (make sure you don't get the binary only download).
Source look up is done by looking in
your target platform to see which plug-ins contribute source. The
source for that particular class should be in the
bundle. Once that bundle is in your target platform (and you reload),
you should be able to see the source for that class.
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A while back I downloaded, installed and configured
eclipse-jee-europa-fall2. I must have added PDE to it. But
surprise the source for the base classes of my plugin are not
available. I guess I should have downloaded the RCP version of eclipse
and added J2EE to it? How to get the source for eg
org.eclipse.core.resources.IncrementalProjectBuilder into my
environment? Seems like this ought to come with PDE right?
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