I want to use assist code on the Eclipse.

by taehun zzang » Wed, 24 Feb 2010 09:22:56 GMT

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 Hi nice meet you guys.

when I use Eclipse first time I can use it.
but suddenly it doesn't support assist code.
I think I did set up anything.

Usually when i coding java code. but xml is okay.

How can I fix it?

Have nice day.


I want to use assist code on the Eclipse.

by Bob Kerns » Wed, 24 Feb 2010 18:45:56 GMT

 I think you mean Code Assist? I've noticed (over many Eclipse
revisions) that when Eclipse starts to get bloated, Code Assist stops

I don't know if it's getting some internal error, or just running out
of memory to do its stuff.

Either way, the solution I use is to exit Eclipse, and restart. It's
also faster after you do this!

I've also seen it fail when my Windows desktop manager was getting
bloated shortly before running out of Window handles. Logging out and
back in would probably fix that, but I've always opted for a reboot.


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I want to use assist code on the Eclipse.

by ANithian » Thu, 25 Feb 2010 12:42:42 GMT

 When I have run into this problem, I check the following:
Select from the left:
  * Java
          Content Assist
Make sure the first four are checked:
Other Java Proposals
SWT Template Proposals
Template Proposals
Type Proposals

Apply, okay etc. In your Java source, try and invoke the code assist..
if it doesn't appear automatically, force it by Ctrl+Space to force
auto complete.

Hope that helps


I want to use assist code on the Eclipse.

by taehun zzang » Fri, 26 Feb 2010 10:23:14 GMT

 It's work.
thanks a lot.

Have got day Anithian, and Bob


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