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    Question Compilation problem

    I have used the Jpanel, but now there is some bad magic -- I changed the name of GUI class with a lot of difficulties, and added the textareа and next button, I even changed the size of my main textarea but nothing is changed (I even reloaded my Windows XP), there are no new components during run-time, and the size of TA is initial. It is like some temporal file is saved somewhere and everything is build on it, but not current 2 classes -- I have already came to the finish to my GUI with several hours to end --but here such very unbeliavable situation.
    I see just one way out -- to change the name to initial ones.
    I used for 2 years Jgrasp except one case, so its current behavour forced me to coopy files to Ecclipse (very cumbersome, but not worst feature), so I got one error there-with 2 lines that invoked the exception--
    but how to know and see (where?) the reason and name of exception? How to see its stacktrace? It is very easy in Jgrasp, but how in Ecclipse?

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    Default Re: what layout to use for vertical alignment?

    "Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem:
    JFram cannot be resolved" -- is that all of ecclipse capabilities?

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    Default Re: what layout to use for vertical alignment?

    Why do you continue to respond to this 7+ year old thread. Perhaps a moderator will put it out of its misery.

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    Default Re: what layout to use for vertical alignment?

    So how to see the type and other information about exception in Ecclipse?

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    Default Re: what layout to use for vertical alignment?

    Quote Originally Posted by ark View Post
    "Exception in thread "main" java.lang.Error: Unresolved compilation problem:
    JFram cannot be resolved" -- is that all of ecclipse capabilities?
    That exception is an 'Error' and it's thrown when you attempt to run code that doesn't even compike; all bets are off then; don't blame Eclipse for it, blame yourself.
    Here you misspelled 'JFrame' and the compiler reported it to you but you have chosen to ignore it; not the wisest thing to do.

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    Default Re: what layout to use for vertical alignment?

    Quote Originally Posted by ark View Post
    So how to see the type and other information about exception in Ecclipse?
    Eclipse has a very extensive help system (all online!) but of course it isn't read by most people: they prefer to complain in forums ...

    kind regards,

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