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It is disabled by default (they all should be, except the basics) and it can be enabled on the manage update sites dialog.
I did that, and it solved my problem - I was able to update to 3.0.1.
programming forums Java Mobile Certification Databases Caching Books Engineering Micro Controllers OS Languages Paradigms IDEs Build Tools Frameworks Application Servers Open Source This Site Careers Other all forums I've finally gotten around to installing Eclipse Ganymede Web Tools Platform. I noticed on the WTP project site that 3.0.1 was released on August 22nd and 3.0.2 will be released on Sept 25 as part of the Ganymede simultaneous release.
I went to the update manager to try and update to 3.0.1, but it said there were no updates available.
The main CDT feature can be installed from the Ganymede Discovery Site.
This feature as well as all other CDT 5.0 features can also be installed from the CDT Ganymede Update Site with the following URL.
CDT 5.0 runs with Eclipse 3.4 and is part of the Eclipse Ganymede simultaneous release.
I had installed the Java EE flavor of Ganymede, so I didn't need to install WTP 3.0.1, but rather update it.
I posted on the Eclipse site, and someone mentioned that before trying to update packages, you probably first have to enable the webtools update site.
I would like to install it as an available plug-in in Eclipse Ganymede. From what I can figure out, the Eclipse software install only supports installation from Eclipse software update sites. It expects that directory to be a local Eclipse update site (I think).
I get the error Next I just copied the plug-in into the plug-in directory under my Eclipse installation. I also tried copying it into the dropins directory. Can anyone enlighten me how to install a plug-in that's not on an "update" site?
Here is the problem as reported in the /.metadata/file ================================================== org. Browser Intro Part Standby State Changed -Dorg.browser.