Hi, please always reply to the bug report, so that other people are able to comprehend and fix it too.
You could narrow the issue down by removing all external plugins and reapplying them one by one again. Unfortunately we cannot really support all external plugins together with Debian's stock version of Eclipse. The Eclipse eco-system is a fast moving target and plugins become often incompatible with a certain version. The workaround is to find out what plugin causes the crash and then to upgrade it to the latest version or to substitute it with another alternative (if possible). I intend to package a newer version of Eclipse in the coming months which might help to fix this issue for you. I will ping you again and ask you to test this new version but don't expect a new release in the short term. Regards, Markus Am 23.09.2015 um 01:00 schrieb Leszek Koltunski: > Oh yes, and I have one SVN plugin > (org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector_2.2.2) and a little plugin that > provides syntax highlighting for GLSL files. > > There must be something in my ~/.eclipse that's not compatible with > 3.8.1-8... > > On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 11:56 PM, Leszek Koltunski <lkoltun...@gmail.com > <mailto:lkoltun...@gmail.com>> wrote: > > To be precise, the error popup on startup says > > An error has occurred. See the log file > > /home/leszek/.eclipse/org.eclipse.platform_3.8_155965261/configuration/1442962523376.log. > > > The log has been attached to my previous email. > > On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 11:53 PM, Leszek Koltunski > <lkoltun...@gmail.com <mailto:lkoltun...@gmail.com>> wrote: > > I just upgraded all the > > eclipse > eclipse-platform > eclipse-platform-data > eclipse-rcp > eclipse-jdt > eclipse-pde > libequinox-osgi-java > > back to version 3.8.1-8 and I have the problem again: when I try > to start it, I get the popup about a startup error telling me to > take a look at the log. > > Attaching the log from > ~/.eclipse/org.eclipse.platform_3.8_155965261/configuration. > > Plugins: yes, I do have the Android ADT plugin here. Nothing > else AFAIK. > > Workspace: starting with a clean workspace didn't make any > difference, but backing up my ~/.eclipse and starting with an > empty ~/.eclipse folder did: this way it does start. > > > > On Tue, Sep 22, 2015 at 11:17 PM, Markus Koschany > <a...@gambaru.de <mailto:a...@gambaru.de>> wrote: > > Control: tags -1 moreinfo > Control: severity -1 important > > Am 22.09.2015 um 23:36 schrieb Leszek Koltunski: > > Package: eclipse > > Version: 3.8.1-7 > > Severity: grave > > Justification: renders package unusable > > > > Upgrade from 3.8.1-7 to 3.8.1-8 broke Eclipse for me. Now, when > starting, I get > > a popup saying 'Error detected - details in log file ***'. The > log file ends > > with > > > > java.lang.RuntimeException: Application > "org.eclipse.ui.ide.workbench" could > > not be found in the registry. > > > > I just manually downgraded the following packages > > > > eclipse > > eclipse-platform > > eclipse-platform-data > > eclipse-rcp > > eclipse-jdt > > eclipse-pde > > libequinox-osgi-java > > > > back to version 3.8.1-7 and reinstalled libicu4j-4.4-java > (which somehow got > > deleted by previous apt-get update & apt-get upgrade & apt-get > autoremove > > session) and Eclipse is working again. > > Hello, > > 3.8.1-8 migrated to testing almost two weeks ago and we > haven't seen > other reports about this error yet. On my system the latest > version > works as expected. > > What happens if you start with a clean workspace? Please > backup your > existing workspace and the hidden .eclipse directory in your > home > directory before doing that, upgrade to 3.8.1-8 again and > report back if > this solves your issue. > > Do you have any external plugins installed that are not part > of any > Debian package? > > Regards, > > Markus > > > > >
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