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    Default Eclipse in Ubuntu

    I have Eclipse SDK version 3.2.2 in Ubuntu here. In Vista, the Eclipse does astounding things, like suggests fixes to errors and allows you to click on the suggestions to automatically do them. However, in Ubuntu here, it doesn't even suggest methods when I do things like "System.out." Do I need to get an updated version? Is it something with the JDK?

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    Oh, great, I checked the correct JDK to use in the execution enviornment, so it autocompletes now, but it still doesn't suggest fixes, only tells me things like "variable strIn may not have been initialized" when I hover over the errored lines

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    Oh, and also, my Eclipse fails to autoinsert semicolons after the correct lines, like

    return true

    doesn't automatically change to

    return true;

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    Must be badluck .. it does everything in mine .. But i am using Eclipse 3.4 over ubuntu with Sun JDK.

    Try upgrading eclipse and checking the eclipse preference.
    dont worry newbie, we got you covered.

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