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How to get eclipse to start

asked 2014-06-27 07:10:01 -0500

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Currently get: $ eclipse CompilerOracle: exclude org/eclipse/core/internal/dtree/DataTreeNode.forwardDeltaWith CompilerOracle: exclude org/eclipse/jdt/internal/compiler/lookup/ParameterizedMethodBinding.<init> CompilerOracle: exclude org/eclipse/cdt/internal/core/dom/parser/cpp/semantics/CPPTemplates.instantiateTemplate CompilerOracle: exclude org/eclipse/cdt/internal/core/pdom/dom/cpp/PDOMCPPLinkage.addBinding CompilerOracle: exclude org/python/pydev/editor/codecompletion/revisited/PythonPathHelper.isValidSourceFile CompilerOracle: exclude org/eclipse/tycho/core/osgitools/EquinoxResolver.newState</init>

A rectangle shows, then the Eclipse logo inside it. After 7 seconds, the rectangle gose grey, and there is no further action. It sits like this indefinitely.

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please don't use # in tags. I have removed them

mether gravatar imagemether ( 2014-06-27 13:56:02 -0500 )edit

Can you tell us how did you install it and what is your eclipse and java version? You can check the eclipse version from the loading page and you can check the java version by using this command: java -version and t

Floyd gravatar imageFloyd ( 2014-06-29 14:02:41 -0500 )edit

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answered 2014-06-28 13:05:23 -0500

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I use eclipse from time to time. When my system reaches that point where the splash box goes grey, I see it pop up a box asking me where the workspace files are stored. it seems you don't get that far.

The output on the console doesn't seem to contain errors (it seems like it's just information output), but clearly something is going wrong.

Eclipse uses jave and is very particular about its tools chain. There are a few things you can try.

The settings are stored in your home directory, in ~/.eclipse. You could try renaming this directory and restarting eclipse - it'll get re-created with default settings. You'll lose any personal preferences you've applied, but it might start up.

You could also try a different version of Java. You might have to visit the java.com site to get a different version, but they do exist for Linux. You could also try switching between java versions using the 'alternatives' tool. I hate this tools with a passion, so I always the use the graphical version, galternatives.

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