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Trying to get inverse search working with Texlipse and Sumatra with Eclipse Oxygen(4.7.0) on Windows 10. Setup requires knowing where the texlipse plugin is located. The only possibility I can see is "C:\Users\jon\eclipse\java-oxygen\eclipse\plugins" but there's no texlipse.jar file there. The only file there is an "org.eclipse.equinox.launcher___.jar" file. Thanks for any help. --- jon

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Solved!! "C:\Users\jon\.p2\pool\plugins\net.sourceforge.texlipse_1.5.0\texlipse.jar". Inverse search works. This is for my machine --- yours might be different! I found the location by looking around in the eclipse directory and found "java-oxygen\eclipse\configuration\org.eclipse.equnox.simpleconfigurator\bundlies.info" which has a long list of plugins. --- jon

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In common with most editors SumatraPDF is best not configured as DDE but use the much simpler reliable CLI mode thus for Eclipse with TeXlipse the inverse search is simply = "drive:\path to editor\eclipse.exe" " %f:"%l obviously you need to change drive:\path to your own and keep the " marks.

Equally the forward search is simplified to nothing in DDE fields (If eclipse pops up a DDE error, raise that issue with eclipse team. Were not using DDE) You simply set up a new profile to the SumatraPDF.exe as per this screen shot the main difference is a very simple -forward-search "%texfile" %line %file this will go to any of the included source files from the one compiled pdf. In the screen shot its from the included article to page 3 and back again (the page 2/3 is because were not in page mode)

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