Eclipse plugin for go language

Step 1: Open the eclipse. Step 2: Help -> Install New Software. Step 3: Add the repository. http://goclipse.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/goclipse-update-site click next and finish. Step 4: Now you can able to see File -> New -> others -> Go project in the eclipse. Then start working on “go language”.   Thanks for reading this post……..!!! 558 total views, no views today

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[Solved] eclipse invalid go language settings

Configuring GO settings: Step 1: Open the eclipse. Step 2: File -> New -> Go Project (Give project name as your wish) Step 3: Set the GOROOT value like this,   give ok and create the project. Step 4: Inside src folder create hello.go file and paste the below code, package agn import “fmt” func main() { fmt.Println(“Hello World”) }  Step 5: Run and see […]

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Configure GO Settings in eclipse

Configuring GO settings: Step 1: Open the eclipse. Step 2: File -> New -> Go Project (Give project name as your wish) Step 3: Set the GOROOT value like this,   give ok and create the project. Step 4: Inside src folder create hello.go file and paste the below code, package agn import “fmt” func main() { fmt.Println(“Hello World”) } […]

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project facet java version is not supported tomcat

Root Cause: The version of jre mentioned in the eclipse java compiler and project facet is different. Solution: Right click the project -> properties -> project facet and change it into jre version based on your requirement.   Note: Please check the java compiler version also. Right click on the project -> properties -> java compiler. Java compiler version and […]

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DDMS files not found: C:\Program Files\platform-tools\adb.exe C:\Program Files\tools\hprof-conv.exe C:\Program Files\tools\traceview.bat

Root cause: 1. Android may not be installed only fetching might have done in eclipse. 2. Check the location of android installation in eclipse windows -> preferences -> android (installation path may not be correct).   Solution: 1. Give the correct android installed path in windows -> preferences -> android. 2. If you not able to find the path, better […]

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Android plugin for eclipse

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Step 1: Go to the below link and download the android plugin package, http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/installing-adt.html Step 2: Open the eclipse and follow the below steps. – Help -> Install New Software – Click the Add button(right side) – Give the name as “ADT Plugin” and archive the location of downloaded android package. – Then give next next and finish. Now the […]

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Tomcat Started/stopped with errors, return code:1 Make sure you have java jdk or jre installed and the required ports are free

Problem: Solution: [sociallocker] Configure the server in the eclipse. go to windows -> show view -> servers then add the new wizard server. Now go to xampp control panel and start the apache and try. If it does not then change the port number of tomcat server in the eclipse by double clicking it and try again [/sociallocker]   If […]

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Installing Google Plugin in Eclipse

Installing Google Plugin in Eclipse: Google plugin can be helpful to work with appengine, android ADT’s and cloud deployments. Appengine is one of the best one to deploy Java J2EE web applications. Appengine gives daily free limits, so you can start using google appengine service to deploy J2EE web application either for learning or small start-ups or initiatives.   Step […]

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Exporting Android App from Eclipse to phones

Step 1: Right click on your project in eclipse and click Export,   Step 2: Use existing keystore and give the location of the debug.keystore,   Step 3:  Choose the Use existing key Alias as, androiddebugkey and give the password android (all lower case letters).     Step 4: Give the destination path of your application (say desktop),     Step 5: Now you can […]

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Adding Existing Android Project in Eclipse

Step 1: Open the eclipse, go to File -> New -> Others -> Android and choose Android project from existing code,   Step 2: Then give Next and browse the location of the existing project,   Step 3: Then click finish. Then project will be added successfully.   Step 4: Existing project has been added successfully. Now you can edit and execute based on […]

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