I am new at this and may be in over my head, Everything has worked fine until now. When I try to add the plug ins the process cannot find http://phpeclipse.sourceforge.net/update/cvs.
Going to the phpeclipse web site I can find an http for inserting in the Eclipse update sequence. This seems to work until it tells me a file is missing. The latest version I have found for phpeclipse refers to Eclipse 3.1 - The version I downloaded is 126.96.36.199. Will this create a problem?
Thanks for the help
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Re: Configuring Eclips - Part 3 page 82008-01-30T12:39:11ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hopefully you found your way through this already. In an earlier part, there was an editorial note that PHP Eclipse had been made obsolete by PDT. In this case, you can google PHP development tools, or PDT downloads I think, and find the current Eclipse update link. Do the same for the other recommended installs -- google the tool, and get the latest Eclipse update links for WTP, etc. There seemed to be a dependency on DTP (Datatools), so I searched for that update site as well and added it.
This worked better for me.
Re: Configuring Eclips - Part 3 page 82008-01-30T15:42:49ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Another tip for Part 3, Page 10, on Drupal installation in this case.
Don't get stuck on "Listing 5. Importing default Drupal SQL database" the current Drupal versions are 5.7 or 6.0RC2, and there is a new, browser-based wizard for installing the default database:
SO, you'll do the Drupal browser-style setup after you've done the PHP and Apache setup.Updated on 2008-01-30T15:42:49Z at 2008-01-30T15:42:49Z by SystemAdmin