If you get an error message about the file being damaged or that you cannot open the file when you try to start Eclipse on a Mac, change the Mac security settings as described below. Alternatively, you can run Eclipse from the command line instead of double-clicking the Eclipse icon.
Thereafter, start Eclipse by double-clicking the Eclipse icon andcan set your security settings back to the previous setting.
For this, you need a compatible Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Mars 2) distribution installed.
- Open Eclipse and click Help > Install New Software.
- On the dialog box that appears, click Add.
EI Toolas the Name and
http://product-dist.wso2.com/p2/developer-studio-kernel/4.1.0/EI-tools/releases/5.0.0/as the Location and click OK.
Select all the check boxes and click Next.
Read and accept the license agreements and click Finish.
If a security warning appears saying that the authenticity or validity of the software cannot be established, click OK.
- Restart Eclipse to complete the installation.