#32 Content Assist keybinding dissapears in Java editor

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closed-duplicate
Jochen Ruehl
Editor (234)
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2003-10-31
2003-10-31
Anonymous
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Eclipse version: 3.0M4
Epic editor: 0.1.0 29-oct-2003
Epic color patch for 3.0 29-oct-2003

Problem: After installing org.epic.ext.cbg.editor_0.3.0
and applying the patch of 29-oct-2003, the keybinding
of Ctrl+Space for the (Edit->Content Assist) is
dissapeared and no longer working in the Java-
Perspective. The function can only be used from the
menu Edit->Content Assist.
Looking up the keybindings in Windows->Preferences-
>Workbench->keys still shows the Keybinding.
Reapplying it has no use. The keybinding is not
functioning.

Removing org.epic.ext.cbg.editor_0.3.0 from the content
tree and restarting Eclipse will bring back the keybinding
and the description behind it in the Edit menu.

Thank you for this greatplugin! Love to work with it,
hope this bug can be fixed.

Wessel de Roode
J.W.deroode@bigfoot.com

Steps to reproduce:
Download a full version of eclipse M4-SDK
Open new java project,
Create a simple class,
check ctrl->Space keybinding with typing sysout
following with pressing ctrl+space.
The System.out.println() should appear.
safe project.
install Epic editor
Reopen java project, Lookin edit menu,
keybinding is disapeared. Try again typing sysout and
ctrl+Space. Nothing happens.
Shutdown Eclipse
Remove the org.epic.ext.cbg.editor_0.3.0 directory
Start Eclipse, and run the test agai on the java project
it is now working again.

Discussion

  • Jochen Ruehl
    Jochen Ruehl
    2003-10-31

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    This is a duplicate of:
    [ 833114 ] Ctrl+Space does not work on editing Java Source
    File

    Thanks for the report anyway...

     
  • Jochen Ruehl
    Jochen Ruehl
    2003-10-31

    • assigned_to: nobody --> luelljoc
    • status: open --> closed-duplicate