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"Could not find the main class"
Thu, 2010-03-11, 18:57
I mentioned this on scala user list but I think the tools list should be
a better place for this question. So here it goes.
I wanted to try eclipse again so I downloaded eclipse classic 3.5.2, and
scala eclipse plugin from this page: http://www.scala-lang.org/node/94
I find that it's version 2.7.7. I assume this is also the scala version that's
included in the plugin? I wonder if there is a 2.8 version plugin or should
I try the URL for nightly?
Anyway, I installed 2.7.7, and created a Scala project. When I tried to
create a scala application, I typed in a name, the wizard complains that
"Resource with same name already exists". I changed to some odd names,
still got the same error. So I just clicked Cancel to close it, but I saw all
those scala files created already.
I then deleted all scala files but the one I created first, and tried to run it,
I get "Could not find the main class. Program will exit". Up to this point
I haven't figured out how to run a scala app in my new environment. (I was
able to do it when I tried eclipse scala plugin last time.)
Any idea what I'm missing/doing wrong?