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Eclipse task view entries disappeared

 
Roland Schnabel
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Hello,

I have a problem with the task view of Eclipse 3.0.1:
Entries for java compiler errors are not showing up. Compiler errors are
only marked in the source editor window, but the task view remains
empty. It worked once, but suddenly they disappeared

I know that there are filter settings for the task view, but they
should be ok (enabled, set for any resource of any type).

I also searched through the preferences over and over again, but there
doesn't seem to be any configuration values.

Does anybody came across the same problem, or know how to fix this?

Thanks,

Roland
 
Eric Clayberg
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I have a problem with the task view of Eclipse 3.0.1:
Entries for java compiler errors are not showing up. Compiler errors are
only marked in the source editor window, but the task view remains
empty. It worked once, but suddenly they disappeared

In Eclipse 3.0, the Task view was split into two views - the Task view and the Problems view. The Task view contains task/todo items while problems (e.g., compiler errors) have been moved to the Problems view. You can open the Problems view, by selecting the Window > Show View > Problems command.
 
Roland Schnabel
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That was it!

Thanks!!!
 
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