Posted By: Anonymous
I’ve downloaded, unzipped and setup Eclipse 3.4.2 with some plugins (noteable, EPIC, Clearcase, QuantumDB, MisterQ).
Now I find when I’m editing Java projects the code completion is not working. If I type
String. and press ctrl+space a popup shows “No Default Proposals” and the status bar at the bottom shows “No completions available”.
Try restoring the default options in ‘
Windows > Preferences > Java > Editor > Content Assist > Advanced‘
An example of the kind of data you see in this preference screen, however not necessarily what you currently have.
(From Vadim in this blog post ” Content Assist Duplicates in Eclipse (Mylyn)”:
if have duplicate Mylyn entries, uncheck the duplicate entries that do not contain “
(Mylyn)” in their name)
The Eclipse help page defines the default list to restore:
Select the proposal kinds contained in the ‘default’ content assist list:
- Other Java Proposals,
- SWT Template Proposals,
- Template Proposals,
- Type Proposals