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Saturday, May 26, 2018 - 13:09

Can't install with eclipse 4.8 (STS 4.0.0.M10)

Please file a bug for STS (no idea what it is). AnyEdit supports default 4.8 distribution from eclipse.org.

I use AnyEdit on Eclipse 4.8 without any issues since very beginning of 4.8.

Ups ... then tha'ts my fault :) Sorry Andrey!

STS = the famous "Spring Tool Suite" :)

I will try it again ...

Ciao

I tried again ...

Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found.
Software currently installed: AnyEditTools 2.7.1.201709201439 (AnyEditTools.feature.group 2.7.1.201709201439)
Missing requirement: AnyEdit Tools 2.7.1.201709201439 (de.loskutov.anyedit.AnyEditTools 2.7.1.201709201439) requires 'osgi.ee; (&(osgi.ee=JavaSE)(version=1.7))' but it could not be found
Cannot satisfy dependency:
From: AnyEditTools 2.7.1.201709201439 (AnyEditTools.feature.group 2.7.1.201709201439)
To: org.eclipse.equinox.p2.iu; de.loskutov.anyedit.AnyEditTools [2.7.1.201709201439,2.7.1.201709201439]

 

So why not open a bug at the famous STS bug tracker? This is obviuosly not a problem of a plugin if the STS runtime platform is not able to install it. As said, AnyEdit works on *all* supported Eclipse releases up to latest 4.8 nightly, and I guess that this STS thingy is simply broken: "requires 'osgi.ee; (&(osgi.ee=JavaSE)(version=1.7))' but it could not be found".

maybe add a cabability to search in unicode

Great tool and giving me immense pleasure while coding

The ability to compare open files alone is the biggest timesaver. Lots of other cool utilities.
I'm glad this package is still supported for the archaic version of Eclipse that I'm still using :-)

very usefull plugin. Used for a long time without any problems

This is a simple, reliable and handy plugin. It works like a charm on my Eclipse CDT with the Lua Development Tools plugin.

Great job!

First plugin I install on any new Eclipse instance, even tailored versions like Aptana and Flash Builder.

Very useful plugin