On 7/29/2012 7:10 AM, RyanZA wrote:
I've seen this before. To fix it, just go to properties for the project, open the 'Google' section, then select 'Web Toolkit'. Change to 'Use specific SDK' and then pick a valid one. If there are no valid ones, just add the path manually in 'Configure SDKs'.
At least, that's always worked for me.
Haven't heard from the OP, but if he's upgraded to Juno, he might need the newer GPE. It's always possible to add the GWT libraries, but that might not be enough to get out of the ditch.
On Saturday, July 28, 2012 12:58:57 AM UTC+2, Chris wrote:I just updated eclipse and now all GWT projects are broken. I inspect the installation and I see everything is installed, the problem is that:--
*All my run configurations are gone
*There is no option to run anything as Web Application.
*Error log includes:-Unable to restore perspective: Workspace - Java.-Problems occurred when invoking code from plug-in: "org.eclipse.ui.workbench".
*Errors in build path:[Persisted Container]"com.google.gwt.eclipse.core.
gwt-user.jar (missing)gwt-dev.jar (missing)
Can anyone offer a suggestion what I might do to fix this?
What is a persisted container?
Is there a roll-back mechanism in Eclipse?
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