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Saturday, May 26, 2018 - 07:23

it is installed in Juna,but can't find in window->Preference

I get the following when I try to install:


Unable to read repository at h ttps://
Unrecognized SSL message, plaintext connection?


I have the Market Place client installed.  Any suggestions?

This is a composite update site, so Eclipse should be looking first for (which exists). If for some reason Eclipse can't get the compositeContent.xml it will try as a fallback fallback to get content.xml (that doesn't exists). So the message is misleading.

If you are behind a corporate proxy, I would check with your infra team why you can't fetch

I have the same Problem, after "Confirm selected..." I got:

Unknown Host: //

If I try to open this URL in a browser:

Not Found

The requested URL /content.xml was not found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

I can click on both of those links you provided, while in the office which does have a corporate fire wall, and I can retrieve both of the XML files.

Is there a way to add SonarLint plugin using the dropins folder?


Goal of installing this plugin is to see issues before actually shown on build machine. However, for me issues in Eclipse reported by sonar lint is different from reported on server. We are using server version 5.6 and sonarlint version 2.3.1.

Is this plugin available for Eclipse Galileo?
If yes please guide with the process to install it!!
Thanks in advance.

I got this error message in mars 2.

I got this error message in mars 2.

File not found error during installation:
I see that the file is available at instead.
Can you please fix it?

I'm not able to install SonarLint in Mars 4.5.1 (STS 3.7.2)

Please download the zip and install as archive by selecting the downloaded zip in Install New Software option. This worked for me in STS 3.7.2.

Do we need a SourceForge account to be able to download / install SonarLint plugin? I get prompted for a SourceForge userid / password when I try to install this. Doesn't seem to be a requirement for other plugins....

This is very strange since we have no relation at all with SourceForge. Can you please join SonarLint user group so that we can investigate (this is not the best place to handle support).