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I recently installed Windows 7, Eclipse Galileo JEE and Subclipse. It should be a quite clean installation. I did some further configurations in eclipse's preferences, too.
I installed findBugs. The only problem during installation was this: The licence was displayed. I selected to accept it, but whether the "next" nor the "finish" button were activated. I found no other way and canceled the installation. I tried it a second time and this time it worked.
Now there is nothing about findBugs in the Eclipse GUI. No findBugs Perspective, no findBugs View, no findBugs Context-MenuItem. Eclipse's Update mechanism says that findBugs is installed.
Can you give me advice on how to get it run?
Thanks in advance.