To migrate launch configs between different workspaces simply copy the .launch files from:
To exclude annoying packages or classes when doing automatic organisation of imports with Ctrl+Shift+O create a a “Type Filter” under
Windows → Preferences → Java → Appearance → Type Filters.
My current list:
scala.* java.awt.* junit.* org.joda.*
As of 2018 the subversive project seems to be dead, so we must use subclipse. Install it from the Eclipse Marketplace and then:
sudo apt install libsvnclientadapter-java
Specify the folder where
libsvnjavahl-1.so is located as library path in
eclipse.ini (the line must come directly after
This will permanently reserve place for the scroll bars and no content will be hidden.
This happens sometimes when upgrading a workspace to a new version of Eclipse (most recently to me when upgrading vom 2018.09 to 2018.12).
Now make sure the following are all ticked in the top and bottom sections:
Apply the changes and then close and re-open your project and it will build the autocompletions which will then become available when you hit Ctrl-Space.