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im getting issues while installing eclipse luna for MacOS Sierra 10.12
I have followed the procedure for the installing the eclipse.
1.Download the eclipse luna.2.move the zipped folder to desktop.3.extract the zipped file.4.move eclipse icon from desktop to the applications folder.5.when I double click the eclipse icon, it gives the following error.
below is the screenshots attached, can anybody help me with the solution.
Error - ' Eclipse quit unexpectedly- Click Reopen to open the application again. Click Report to see more detailed information and send a report to Apple.'
Same issue for me. The issue resolved when I copied the complete pack into the 'Applications' folder and ran Eclipse in the path
/Applications/eclipse/Eclipse.app/Contents/MacOS from Terminal.
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