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How exactly did you get this to work? I have 64 bit eclipse 3.4 running on 64 bit jvm just fine but when I try to open the Flex Builder perspective I just get runtime errors and nothing shows up. Is there a setting somewhere that I am missing?
I didn't do anything special. Make sure you have Eclipse V3.4M4. Go here:
The get the Windows (x86_64) download. It's the second download in the list. Do a clean install from this zip file of Eclipse. If you want any additional plug-in's for Eclipse, you'll have to hunt them down and make sure you get the correct version of the plug-in for the 3.4M4 version of Eclipse. I've got CFEclipse, Web Tools, and a VSS plug-in running. Install all the plug-in's you want before you do the FB install.
Then, run the FB 3 beta 3 installation for the plug-in. Point to the 3.4M4 folder with it asks you for your Eclipse location. You'll get a warning that the plug-in may not work because it's the wrong version of Eclipse. Just continue at this point. FB should install and run just fine.
Make sure you start with a new workspace afte the Eclipse install.
Still no go for me.
Running Eclipse 3.4M4 with Java 6 for AMD64. Eclipse runs fine, and very fast, but when I install flex builder (and tell it to continue when it warns me about eclipse) it installs fine but when I try to switch to the flexbuilder perspective I get an error in 'com.adobe.flexbuilder.editors.mxml.ui.perspectives.development'. Everything is installed in clean folders and using a separate workspace location too.
Oh well... wish I could get it to work as Eclipse 188.8.131.52 is having issues on a new machine in the shop but 3.4M4 works flawlessly grrr...