Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 395131
fedora eclipse doesn't show text editor line numbers
Last modified: 2009-01-09 00:18:39 EST
Description of problem:
Fedora eclipse doesn't show text editor line numbers.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Name : eclipse-platform
Arch : i386
Epoch : 1
Name : eclipse-phpeclipse
Arch : i386
[duli@localhost ~]$ java -version
java version "1.6.0_03"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_03-b05)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.6.0_03-b05, mixed mode, sharing)
Turn on "show line numbers" option.
Line numbers don't get on.
Line numbers should appear.
This works for me in both the specfile editor and the java editor. Is this
perhaps an issue with phpeclipse? If so, please change the component to
Created attachment 267261 [details]
Line numbers not showing
Created attachment 267271 [details]
Trying to turn line numbers on
Created attachment 267281 [details]
SPEC file open erros
Hello, Andrew: I'm afraid it's not phpeclipse issue. I've tried with C/C++
perspective and the same porblema has occured (please, see att.).
Also, I don't know if it's related, I can' open SPEC files (even though I have
eclipse-rpm-editor package installed). I get these erros:
"An error has occurred. See error log for more details.
I wonder what the problem is... My Fedora uses pt_BR language... I don't see the
relation, but I don't know. Hope you can help.
Oh, forgot to say: If I use this version of Eclipse PDT, then line numbers
appear just fine:
I'd like to try to narrow this bug down a bit.
First off, PDT and PHPEclipse are different projects.
Please post here the output of:
for f in `rpm -qa | egrep "eclipse|swt"`; do echo $f; rpm -qV $f; done
Also, can you try with a clean workspace (the -data option) and also try with
your ~/.eclipse temporarily moved out of the way?
>> First off, PDT and PHPEclipse are different projects.
Sure!! I was just making sure it's not something with my java installation.
>> Please post here the output of:
>> for f in `rpm -qa | egrep "eclipse|swt"`; do echo $f; rpm -qV $f; done
[duli@localhost ~]$ for f in `rpm -qa | egrep "eclipse|swt"`; do echo $f; rpm
-qV $f; done
>> Also, can you try with a clean workspace (the -data option) and also try with
>> your ~/.eclipse temporarily moved out of the way?
Just tried with new workspace, new .eclipse folder and also with a total fresh
F8 install, but no sucess... I get precisely the same results :'(
Hmm. I don't see how this could be happening. Your thought about locale could
be something related. Can you try with a different locale? There's also a
18.104.22.168 update in updates-testing. Can you try that?
No, it's not a locale thing. Just fresh installed Fedora in english, in a VM
machine, no other configs applied. Just did a yum install eclipse-phpeclipse and
tested to see the thing about the line numbers. No success. They are not there,
and you can't turn them on by any means.
Updating eclipse-platform to 22.214.171.124 from updates-testing, though, did solve the
problem. Line numbers are showing and can be turned on or off normally. The text
colors went away...
Try running with -clean and see if that fixes some of your problems.
You mean the stable 3.3.0? Unfortunately, no... Exact same thing happening.
Hmm. Does a download of an upstream release work?
Hello, Andrew: well, updating eclipse-platform to 126.96.36.199 from updates-testing,
did solve the problem, but the text colors went away.
That 188.8.131.52 shouldn't still be in updates-testing. Does the 3.3.0 update there
work? Does it introduce any *new* problems? Does it fix any problems? Do
these problems still persist with a clean workspace and/or moving ~/.eclipse
temporarily out of the way? What about after running with -clean? Can you
reproduce any of this with an upstream (ie. from download.eclipse.org) release?
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