I think this is something that is released lately in Eclipse 2021. These error hovers/code minings are really annoying. Sometimes, they overlap the code also, and the code moves a lot. Does anybody know how to disable this in Eclipse? Answer This is referred to as “code mining”. I came to the same conclusion as you. They were intriguing at
I am trying to use Apache POI 4.1 from Eclipse Orbit Drop R20200831200620. This is what the relevant piece of MANIFEST.MF looks like: All required bundles are part of the target platform and I can see them in the plugin list in the runtime Eclipse. However, when trying to load an Excel file at runtime I get the following stacktrace:
Quick version for the impatient: When starting an Eclipse RCP Application a Part in a plug-in throws a NullPointerException because the following lines did not seem to work, as partService seems to be …
I am working on an Eclipse based project that recently switched from Java 1.8 to Java 11. Due to that we have now a conflict between classes from the JRE and classes that are introduced from Eclipse …
I installed Lombok Plugin in Intellij. But I didn’t find any plugins in Eclipse to install. Mine is Oxygen Eclipse. Is there any way to make the Lombok application to make work in Eclipse too.
I’m using Eclipse 4.2 (Juno) for Java EE and just installed WindowBuilder plug-n. At this time I’m building Java SE Application with Swing components. The Palette is completely empty (no widgets). Is it a sign of incomplete installation or have I (hopefully) missed something obvious? I was able to select New -> Other -> WindowBuilder -> Swing Designer -> JPanel.
The GUI for managing plugins in Eclipse got a bit of an overhaul in version 3.4.0. This GUI is accessed via the “Software Updates…” option in the Help menu. The option to remove the selected Mylyn plugin is greyed out. In fact, this is true of virtually every installed plugin. I know that the Mylyn plugins are optional, so why