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    Stravant is offline Member
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    Default I know there's an error, let me finish typing!

    I usually work with C++, and I've recently been trying out some stuff with Java. I started out with eclipse, since that's what my school used.

    Normally in C++ I have trouble finding a program with decent code completion and related stuff. However, Eclipse is giving me _way_ too much.

    I managed to turn off most of the unnecessary syntax highlighting, but I can't figure out how to slow down the error highlighting. Is there a way to "slow it down"? Like, at least making it wait until there's been a reasonably long pause in my typing before telling me if there's a problem?

    It's a useful feature to have, I don't want to turn it of entirely, but it's distracting when it jumps in highlighting big blocks of my code red every other second.

    -Stravant

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    gcampton Guest

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    I just ignore it (it's only there to show you, you cannot run the program at this time), until I want to use it to complete some mutators, acessors, imports or the like. it should only be a a little warning light over near the side unless it's auto completing things for you like in the case of "printf" it will automatically stick in the
    printf( "cmds", args );

    couple of hits of the delete gets rid of this fast, or you can tab through it which is a nice feature.

    There should be a time settings somewhere. If you can not find it, you might be best searching the eclipse forums for an answer as it has most likely been asked before.
    Last edited by gcampton; 12-26-2009 at 03:43 PM.

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