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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    The world is great. People come to a forum and ask a question. Others reply to him in their spare time and then the person is happy that others try to help him.

    And sorry - you really see it forums as a forecast of future world? Where people who ask for help simply can talk like you about people who help others in their spare time? But yes: maybe that is true: it really seems that less people are willing to help. Just check numbers of helpers at red cross and such organisations.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    oh I'm so sorry, I havnt known its just spare time.
    So, where did I get that "jdk-8u5-windows-x64", you may help me out here in your spare time.
    Dont hurry its not urgent

    What could have been my motivation, to look for other sides to get jdk?
    but, hurry up this is urgent.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    I recommend you do the following:

    1. Go to Oracle and get Java SE 1.7. Get the JDK bundle.
    2. Remove all of your installed versions (assuming you don't really need the old ones).
    3. Install 1.7.
    4. Then make certain your Eclipse IDE uses 1.7 for its default project builds. Both the JRE libraries and the compiler compliance levels should match. You have been told how to do this earlier.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    I already linked the java area of oracle in reply #16 after you linked something at cnet and before you mentioned that you got something from oracle already...

    Right now I have no idea how I could help you:
    - you know where to get a current java version
    - you understood where to check the settings of eclipse

    Maybe you can try to describe the problem that you are facing without mixing other stuff in your post that have nothing to do with your problem?

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    @Jim829,

    I did what you recomend, before your last post.
    I deinstalled all what is named as Java, installed this"eclipse-java-indigo-SR2-win32-x86_64"
    instead of "eclipse-standard-kepler-SR2-win32-x86_64", then again "jdk-8u5-windows-x64", but finally I have the same error.

    @kneitzel
    THAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAATS WHY I loookd on other sides goddaaaaamed. Thats the most awful in every Form, why there is never a screeeeeeaaam against that stupines.
    You are one of those who dont wanna help, you wanna be a teacher, you wanna see yourself as a teacher, but not brave enough to do it in a real shool, couse its diffrent. In a shool you are namnd as a teacher, and here not. Here you can allways say, you has just tried, in a shool not.


    @Jim829,
    Jf I look for jdk or "java se" download, then of course there is oracle I chosd at first.
    Java SE - Downloads | Oracle Technology Network | Oracle

    Here I chose "Java SE downloads" or "Download JDK"

    both ways bring me to this side

    Java SE Development Kit 8 - Downloads

    and there is the only one <b>"jdk-8u5-windows-x64"</b> for my system.

    So Jim, will you answer, or will you keep together like in a kommunist community, where no one should ever say somthing againt the big gays.
    ANd the other users, maybe they would have an answer, but thy cant answer, if they do, they would pass a line, and they will never get help again.

    So I recomend for each one get JonDonym, it hids you, not only your IP, its the header, its your history, the IP you use, is used by around 300 other persons, same time etc.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    This very unique problem you are having sounds like an installation problem, not a java programming problem.
    I don't know why you are saying bad things to people that are trying to help you fix your problem.
    Too much of that and people will leave you with your problem.
    My $0.02
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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    Great that you still have to write offenses. You seek for help but cannot behave yourself. Shame on you. But maybe you get older one day and then you also learn that your way to express yourself with things like "big gays" is not cool ... it is just stupid.

    But lets focus on your problem because everything else simply leads nowhere:
    - I would always install dependencies first and then the products that use the dependencies. So in your case I would have installed the JDK first and then eclipse. But this is not fatal but the eclipse installation might not have seen the JRE 1.8 on your system because you installed it later. (BTW: If you have a 64bit windows, then you got the correct installers.)
    - Do you remember the window -> Preference thing that was mentioned inside this thread? You should go to the preferences and check Java - installed JREs. Your JRE should be listed there.
    - You should also check the compliance settings of Java - Compiler. That could be set to 1.8.
    - Also be aware that the compliance settings can be overridden by a project. So you should check the project settings. (Rightclick project and choose Properties. You find these in Java Compiler
    - Did you check the version of java that is in your path? Just open a commandline window (cmd.exe) and type java -version and javac -version. You should get the version 1.8.0. If you do not get this result, then I would make sure that the correct java is in the path. (Windows sometimes has java / javac inside system32. I removed these executables in the past on my windows installations. But maybe there are better ways to handle the problem e.g. simply put the java 8 installation in the path before the system32 entry.)

    [Edit: The last point is not important for eclipse itself! But it is always good to have a clean system. You might want to use other tools later that might call other stuff that requires a working JRE and you might have trouble if your environment is not clean.]
    Last edited by kneitzel; 05-08-2014 at 09:08 PM.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    Quote Originally Posted by wwwnews View Post
    I deinstalled all what is named as Java, installed this"eclipse-java-indigo-SR2-win32-x86_64"
    instead of "eclipse-standard-kepler-SR2-win32-x86_64",
    Why Indigo?
    That's ancient.
    What was wrong with Kepler?
    Please do not ask for code as refusal often offends.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    @wwwnews: please cool down a bit; you're behaving like a raving adolescent and if you continue like this, you'll be banned.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    Thats might be the answer?
    deinstalled Java again(as I did before).
    Now I used my Admin account, installed jdk-8u5-windows-x64 again, using "eclipse-standard-kepler-SR2-win32-x86_64"
    And guess what, it works.
    So i tried again with my Standarduser Account, but there is still the same trouble.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    I mentioned more things e.g. eclipse settings and calling java from the commandline.
    Did you check these, too?

    Konrad

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    I'd like to made a proof with a windows32bit system, but "eclipse-standard-kepler-SR2-win32-x86_64" is not usable, whythat? its called for 32 as well?

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    Hi,

    That is the 64bit download. Just go to https://www.eclipse.org/downloads/pa...-432/keplersr2
    and download the 32 bit version (eclipse-standard-kepler-SR2-win32.zip)

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    And a clarification regarding the name:
    win32 was introduced with windows95/windows NT and is the name for the windows api. When the 64bit version of windows was introduced, the name wasn't changed so today it is the name of the 32 and 64 bit windows api.

    X86_64 is the name of an architecture developed by AMD.
    X86 was the 32bit architecture and intel created a new 64 bit architecture called itanium. AMD extended the existing X86 architecture and added 64bit parts. So X86_64 names their architecture.
    Itanium wasn't that successful so intel started to produce X86_64 processors, too.

    So in short: the name simply tells you that it is for windows and using the 64bit architecture of AMD.

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    So win64 is another patch for a 32 bit lousy window shell made for a 16 bit patch for a silly 8 bit operating system, made for a 4 bit processor that isn't worth 2 pennies, made by a company that can't stand 1 bit of competition? Now I understand ...

    kindest regards,

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    Not really. The win32 api was something new but included the old stuff to be backwards compatible.
    The 64bit api is just the same api but 'recompiled' for 64bit. There is no real difference to other operating systems e.g. Linux. The used libraries (e.g. the libc) is the same for 32 and 64 bit.
    And the backward compatibility is a complete subsystem. So it is really clearly separated.

    But Microsoft did enough crap so we have enough arguments against Windows :)

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    I sort of thought you were a "shifty" kind of guy. Now you have shown it. ;)

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    Default Re: can't override a methode, it still ask for level 1.5 or greater

    Quote Originally Posted by jim829 View Post
    I sort of thought you were a "shifty" kind of guy. Now you have shown it. ;)
    Mwah, sort of; I'm more like a "divide and conquer" kind of guy ...

    kind regards,

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    @jim829
    of course I'm, never doubt, sorry havn't flowers for you

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