How to use JavaFX 2 SDK in Eclipse?

There are two options: 1) EDIT: Since 7u35 (or smth near it) JavaFX was included into base JDK classpath so you can use JavaFX classes right away. Just set up your projects to use fx libs: JavaFX 2.0 API is pure Java. So you can create a new Java project and add sdk-path/rt/lib/jfxrt.jar to libraries … Read more

Java 8 & Missing required capability Require-Capability:; filter=”(&(”

The error means that your bundle has a Require-Capability:; filter=”(&(” entry in its manifest. So this means the bundle will only start when there is a bundle that provides this capability. In case of the capability it is the OSGi framework (equinox) that should provide this capability. Apparently it does not do this. … Read more

Ctrl-Space in Eclipse without Pressing Ctrl-Space

These bugs (and a solution if you use Eclipse >3.4) may be of interest to you: A. Allow more character triggers as @Samuel said (fixed in 3.4 onwards): Change the default in Auto activation triggers for Java to ._abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ B. Allow content assist everywhere automatically (not fixed):

How to share Eclipse configuration over different workspaces

Sharing eclipse specific settings across workspaces: Go to ${old_workspace}/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.core.runtime/.settings Copy everything under the above directory to ${new_workspace}/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.core.runtime/.settings This is going to make sure that the ${new_workspace} is having the same configuration as the ${old_workspace} Update in case of any issues.