I've seen all the posts and there appears to be no true fix. Backed up all files in current working directory, created new project in now empty new directory and tried to import from backup. Gonna give it a try. Followed your suggestion and 'think' I have recovered. My upgrade was seamless until it came to Eclipse I thought it was bullet proof. My code is full of bugs because I was in middle of major revision when upgrade occurred.
The idea of copying a project is not so clear as new Eclipse install has no knowledge of past projects, nor do I have knowledge of where that 'project' info is contained. İndirdikten sonra, bilgisayar taraması seçeneğinden bilgisayarınızı taratabilirsiniz. In the past I synced my eclipse workspace with my mac and windows computers this way and everything worked fine except I would have to change the location of the python interpreter depending on what system I was using. Junior Member Not really helpful for me. I have fresh Eclipse install with all plug-ins and a new workspace directory with pre-existing files there.
That put me on the right track. Change directories to the root of your Android project and execute: ant debug 2. So how do I proceed? I'm going to delete current project and start over? Gonna give this a try. I think I did this. Eclipse is a zip file in windows so you can put it anywhere and redirect to active workspace wherever it is.
Sometimes getting everything to talk to your device can be problematic to begin with. So simply backed up old workspace and downloaded 64-bit Kepler and thought I could simply create new workspace, paste old files here, point Eclipse to same and all would be good. A project's information is maintained by Eclipse in each project in the following:. So project was no longer ideal intro to Java! Such is not the case, without prior knowledge of 'no prior launches' is perplexing and now borders on the ridiculous. Hard deleted all files from new directory and with Windows Explorer. Like a project within a project. I am getting an error message log a mile long, but clueless as to where to start.
You'll need to create a new workspace or workspaces on both hosts. When filling out the new-project wizard, don't default the project contents into the workspace second thing you do , but instead, uncheck that box and navigate to wherever the project source code is on your disk. I was on right track, but didn't want to lose all that effort. I'm pretty sure the linux machine messaged my settings up, but I need to develop on all 3 boxes so I need them to be kind of synced. To view the progress of your project being installed and started on your device, check the console. I think I did this.
Küfür,hakaret,mail adresi veya konu ile ilgisi olmayan reklam amaçlı website adresi içeren yorumlar yayınlanmamaktadır. Yes, delete it so you can use the name again. . Unfortunately I cannot post any links here, but you can find it on my blog, through my homepage see my profile on this forum and then search on tag 'Lua' or 'Koneki'. The process as it exists is clearly not intuitive. Jonathan already pointed you to Stack Overflow. When I change the default workspace to a new folder and set the python interpreter it works.
For an illustration of creating new Eclipse projects from existing Java sources putting old wine into new bottles , try this article: Cheers Junior Member In simple terms there seems to be no easy solution for this problem that seems to re-appear for newbies. Oracle isn't for anything in this problem. No messing with the settings, and so on. En kısa sürede dönüş yapacağımdan emin olabilirsiniz. Under Launching, 'Launch the selected resource' is selected.
In the Target tab, set the tick box and options as appropriate to target your device. All classes there and with a 100 errors as expected as code was in middle of major revision, but now I am confident code will finally compile and run again when revisions are complete. . I have so much more to learn, but your guidance took me one more rung up the ladder! I have 2 computers dual booting different os and use dropbox to stay synced between them all. Hopefully someone else has a way of preventing this problem from happening in multiple environments.
Bildiğim kadarıyla bu saydığım ant ivirüs programlarında Türkçe dil desteği de var. In future, share your projects between hosts preferably using a version-control system. Then I created a new project in new directory and created package there too mainly to archive in case this thing actually works! Junior Member Russell 'you're the man'! Your project subdirectories will copy over with no problem. I am getting the above error when launching a python file that worked in the past. Thanks for responding, Could you give a bit more detail? That is a good source, especially when someone else has done the hard parat -- finding the right answer.
Eclipse workspaces aren't portable; projects are. . Like a project within a project. Yet backing up existing java package file in-work and trying to re-install Kepler and simply point to new working directory containing old files is fatally flawed. . Well not a solution for your average newbie, nor the faint of heart! So, if you would be so kind, pretend you are me.