Eclipse build problem - please help

Discussion in 'Java' started by Tom Jastrzebski, Apr 8, 2006.

  1. Hello everyone,

    Please help as I am starting pulling my hair out - and I really do not do it
    often.

    For any reason Eclipse will not build my project.
    There are no errors, it creates package structure in the "default output
    folder", copies some resources, and even compiles one class. Yes, some
    classes have problems, and I have excluded those from the build path.
    I have also increased the number of errors to 1000.
    I select Project/Build Project and nothing happens.
    If I enable "Build Automatically" the progress bar shows and disappears
    immediately.
    Btw, I can build the same project from Eclipse using Ant with no problems.
    Does maintain any build log?
    It is the latest version 3.1.2

    Any ideas? Please help.

    Tomasz
     
    Tom Jastrzebski, Apr 8, 2006
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  2. Tom Jastrzebski

    Big Jim Guest

    "Tom Jastrzebski" <> wrote in message
    news:bIHZf.63379$...
    > Hello everyone,
    >
    > Please help as I am starting pulling my hair out - and I really do not do
    > it often.
    >
    > For any reason Eclipse will not build my project.
    > There are no errors, it creates package structure in the "default output
    > folder", copies some resources, and even compiles one class. Yes, some
    > classes have problems, and I have excluded those from the build path.
    > I have also increased the number of errors to 1000.
    > I select Project/Build Project and nothing happens.
    > If I enable "Build Automatically" the progress bar shows and disappears
    > immediately.
    > Btw, I can build the same project from Eclipse using Ant with no problems.
    > Does maintain any build log?
    > It is the latest version 3.1.2
    >
    > Any ideas? Please help.
    >
    > Tomasz

    I've noticed it seeming to do nothing when you build if you have something
    on your build path that doesn't exist. Usually in this case though if you
    look under the "problems" tab it'll say something like "project x could not
    be built as there are problems with the build path". Worth a look.
     
    Big Jim, Apr 8, 2006
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