Wednesday, June 3, 2009 08:15 AM
I have found the answer, though I don't understand it: If I start eclipse with
it works???? Subsequent invocations of eclipse does not require the -clean option.
After searching the web I find that the -clean option should be used if upgrading an Eclipse environment, but the funny thing is that I'm working on a freshly installed fedora 10 linux installation and I have always only had one instance of eclipse (version 3.4.2) installed?
Maybe the fedora installation has some data somewhere that is read by eclipse and makes it not load my jars unless I use the -clean option first.
That was three days of work down the drain :-( BUT I love eclipse and plugins and it has saved me 300 days of work, so I'm still happy :-)