ApCoCoA-1:HowTo:Tips for developing (Ap)CoCoA with Eclipse
Code completion troubleshooting
Code completion does not work and my editor window has a gray background
In this case it could be that you are currently working within a
#ifdef SOME_SYMBOL block and the symbol
SOME_SYMBOL has not been declared within your Eclipse project. Symbols can be declared by clicking on Project -> Properties -> C/C++ General -> Paths and Symbols -> Symbols. Be sure to declare the symbol for the correct programming language (e.g. "GNU C++").
Mercurial plugin troubleshooting
Linux specific problems
In at least one case, it was not possible to push changes into a repository if Eclipse had not been started from a shell. The reason for this was that the password entered into the password form of the Eclipse Mercurial plugin was ignored and had to been entered manually in the shell instead. It might be worth noting that the password entered in Eclipse was shown in clear text in the shell as well.
There are several (unconfirmed) reasons why this might happen.
- Using a ssh connection: Eclipse has not been started from a shell under Linux. Please see section above. (?)
- Wrong path to repository. In this case the Eclipse error message is very precise.