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The ExamplePlugin has two methods which use the @Override annotation but the methods are not in the base class. This causes an error in Eclipse (well...certain configs anyway).
I have attached the patch for this.
Patch file removing @override annotations
We use Java 6 which allows you to annotate interface implementations with @Override. Can you check your Eclipse settings to ensure that the Java compliance level is set to Java 6 ?
OK, your note was right; the examples plugin had an entry in .classpath of J2SE-1.5 as its per-project compliance level. This is pretty odd since I have my workspace set up for 1.6 and this is a new workspace (and a new Eclipse environment, 3.6sp2). Switching it to a 1.6 compliance level fixed the issue.
Now I just need to figure out why a few of the projects are coming out as Java 1.5 compliant.
Thanks again and sorry for the bother,
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