From the File->New Project menu:
-> select "Standard Make C Project", hit Next
-> enter "foo", hit "Finish" button
this pops up an error dialog:
"Error Creating Project", "Reason: Internal error"
after being returned the the new project dialog and hitting Cancel, a new dialog
pops up: "An internal error occurred during CDT Project async save"
if I go through the same process again, it seems to work.
Created attachment 112291 [details]
This backtrace was printed to the console whilst I was doing this; may be
Not to forget important details; this is a fresh Raw Hide install as of this
$ rpm -qf /usr/bin/eclipse
*** Bug 152206 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
This looks like a libgcj bug. A fix is in classpath and will be moved over to
libgcj soon. I will report back when new gcc rpms are available.
I built gcc with the fix and it solved this problem. I will request a new gcc4 rpm.
This problem is fixed with gcc-java-4.0.0-0.38.
I am having this same problem with the gcc-java-4.1.0-3 from FC5. I already
tried to erase all the eclipse data I found, so I could rule out a "trashed"
environment (I removed ~/.eclipse and the workspace dir).
I first noticed a problem similar to the Bug 181510, but it didn't gave me no
clear backtrace. So I performed the cleanup and tried to recreate my project,
and got this result, also with no backtrace at all.
For information I have the following packages installed, and I am running in a
i686 with hyperthreading enabled (smp):
$ rpm -qa | grep eclipse
$ rpm -qa | grep gcj