Recently, some of our users have reported encountering the Eclipse Error Log plugin.
I have an Eclipse plugin that crashes frequently. I developed/improved it based on another plugin. When I use this plugin as Update World Wide Web and set another illustration from Eclipse on it, it works in time (view is displayed). But when I try to interact with the view and use it normally, its functionality is empty (regardless of when I click on a certain button). I don’t see any errors on the screen, Eclipse doesn’t show anything in the error log either.
I want to understand or know where/are the default error symbol files? If you understood custom loggers, where would you send them? I’m using Eclipse 3.7 (Indigo).
If I want to know the reason for this exception, should I implement my own log files?
Created Oct 22 12 at 19:28
Eclipse log file location:
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From the specific main menu, choose Window > Show View > Other. Then select General > Error Log. The firewood error is displayed, with the following documents displayed for each error: Error status (e.g. error alias warning)
The error log archive is located in your “Eclipse workspace”.metadata.log.But this is just a file of these events in the Eclipse error log view.
Rename the Eclipse workspace name. Start Eclipse (it will start successfully if you have an empty workspace). Exit it and convert the workspace name to its previous state (if we are talking about replacing some files, not papers). Restart Eclipse and move the projects back to the current workspace.
If the plugin you’re using has some kind of logging, much more (I doubt it), the logical expression would be “eclipse workspace”.metadata.pluginsplugin.name” although it depends application..
In the Eclipse development software, choose Window > Preferences. This feature displays detailed debug logs that customers can view in the Eclipse console window while you may be viewing the application. Select the MobileFirst Studio plugins. Make sure “Enable debug mode” is selected.
If your app works when your family debugs it, but doesn’t when you deploy it, you probably have a deployment problem. Be sure to update your version of Showcase or remove your work and before installing. It may also happen that you are missing plugins or WordPress extension snippets that are required, or the specified version.smaller is incorrect.