It contains typical required packages, like support for the Maven and Gradle build system and support for the Git version control system.A common startup error happens when the user tries to launch a 64-bit version of Eclipse using a 32 bit JVM or vice versa.In this case Eclipse does not start and the user gets a message containing exit code=13.This happens when the version of Eclipse is not matching the JVM version.What: Updating Eclipse without new installation Why: Beeing up to date How: Using update site and Oomph-Settings The first step is to tell Oomph, which version of Eclipse should be used. A new tab should open with the installation object. Change the product version of Eclipse in the drop down menu to Oxygen.The second step involves adding the Oomph update site.A right-click on a file or folder shows you the available options.
The currently selected search result is also indicated via an arrow in the left border of the editor. The available options depend on the selection in the Java editor.
This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this site, so please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions here. The Eclipse update site URL to use with the update manager is: Enter the above link and test the connection. Then select "Web, XML, Java EE and OSGi Enterprise Development" (or something like that) and press "Next". I had the same problem but couldn't update the standard Java edition because it couldn't resolve dependencies.
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A 32-bit Eclipse must run with Java 32 bit, and 64-bit Eclipse must use a 64-bit JVM. If the output does contain the word "Server" you are using the 64 bit version of Java and must use a 64 bit version of Eclipse.
If it does not contain "Server", you have to use the 32 bit version of Eclipse.