On Tue, May 23, 2006 at 03:32:09PM +1000, Norberto Meijome wrote:
> Hi all,
> i want to do some java / c++ / php development using Eclipse. I currently have
> the following installed:
> 
> jdk-1.4.2p8_3       Java Development Kit 1.4.2
> swt-3.1.1           Standard Widget Toolkit for Java
> 
> eclipse-3.1.2       An open extensible IDE for anything and nothing in 
> particul
> eclipse-EPIC-0.3.0_2 EPIC adds Perl support to the Eclipse IDE Framework
> eclipse-cdt-3.0.1   C/C++ IDE for Eclipse
> eclipse-clay-core-1.2.0 A database design tool for the Eclipse development
> environm eclipse-emf-2.1.1   Eclipse Modeling Framework
> eclipse-examples-3.0_2 Examples for the Eclipse IDE
> eclipse-gef-3.1.1   Graphical Editing Framework for the Eclipse IDE
> eclipse-vep-1.1.0.1,1 A framework for creating GUI builders for Eclipse
> eclipse-webtools-0.7 Webtools for eclipse
> phpeclipse-1.1.4    PHP Eclipse adds PHP support to the Eclipse IDE Framework
> 
> but i'm finding many crashes when trying to use it. Should I be using
> linux-java  port instead of native jdk ?

I've been using it with both native 1.4.2 and 1.5 and it's been
rock-solid. It's very likely that one of the plugins you're using is
buggy and causing it to crash.
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