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    Default Eclipse package classes are not visible - deleting package completely - checkstyle

    Hi,

    I have got three problems:
    1. I created a package and imported classes to this, but I canīt see and use this classes. If I re-import the classes, eclipse asks me, whether I want to override it. So I think, that the classes are actually there.

    2. When I delete my package and want to create the same package, Eclipse gives me an Error that the packename is already in use. How can I delete packages completely? Same problem with the Java-Project. If I create the same name of Java-Project, Eclipse recommend me to create packages that are created before.

    3. If I try to install Checkstyle Plug-in, eclipse gives me an Error in the middle of the installtion: "Cannot complete the install because one or more required items could not be found. Software currently installed: Shared profile....
    Missing requirement: Shared profile 1.0.... (SharedProfile_epp.packe.java 1.0....) requires' org.maven.ide.eclipse [1.0..] but it could not be found."

    Sorry for my english, itīs not my first language :)

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    Default Re: Eclipse package classes are not visible - deleting package completely - checkstyl

    Moved to IDE section
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    Default Re: Eclipse package classes are not visible - deleting package completely - checkstyl

    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    Moved to IDE section
    ty for responsing my question. I will try it as soon as possible.

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    Default Re: Eclipse package classes are not visible - deleting package completely - checkstyl

    What do you mean by "created a package"?
    A package in Java is simply a namespace-like construction in which a class lives represented by a 'package' declaration at the top of a .java file, which prepends the class name, and a package structure reflected in a directory structure in the OS (or jar file).
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