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Eclipse can barely update from 3.7.1 to 3.7.2, never mind from 3.7 to 4.2.

You're taking the life of your development environment in your hands if you try to make that much of an upgrade to an existing Eclipse development environment.

So since Eclipse juno is based on 4.2 instead of 3.7, what is the easiest way to upgrade to it, short of installing a separate copy of juno and re-installing all my existing plugins from 3.7 into it?

There doesnt seem to be a straightforward upgrade path mentioned on

I foolishly tried to remove the conflicting software components, until it told me that Eclipse itself was the conflict!

I posted my problem to the Eclipse Forums, and was told by a regular with tens of thousands of posts that Neon was so different that I should not even try to upgrade, just create a new installation.

I tried upgrading from Luna to Mars by following the instructions here: https://wiki.eclipse.org/FAQ_How_do_I_upgrade_Eclipse?

I added the Mars repository as an update site and then did check for updates.

Second, you could have linked to the relevant article, making your comment relevant. It's not even optional and cannot be installed from the repositories. For some reason, the Java SE 7 reference implementation, Open JDK, is not enough, and you need the Oracle version. This isn't available from the repo's either, and you need some weird untrusted 3rd party repo for that or follow a whole chapter on how to install it yourself. (But I'm using WST with Javascript and V8 plugins for PHP and Node development in particular.) This is not a specific platform problem either. The core problems (funding and developers) have not been fixed though, as seen by Google's gesture of donating money to the Eclipse Foundation in the hopes that other companies will follow suit. This is not a problem with a plugin or a feature for a specific language, this is a problem within the core of the platform itself.There are similar complaints from Linux, Windows, and OSX users. (Even if it would, this would be a silly default choice).

I would like to know, from someone who is not positively or negatively biased because of their own highly specialized and tweaked workflow - preferably from someone with experience in the Ubuntu package maintaining process for non-trivial packages - @Max Hohenegger: First, of course I searched, but not everyone uses NSA approved Google.I don't know about you, but my development environment is too important to risk upgrading.Always create a new Eclipse directory and new Eclipse workspaces when you want to change your development environment.But I get the exception An error occurred while collecting items to be installed session context was:(profile=epp.package.java, phase=org.eclipse.equinox.internal.p2.engine.phases. No repository found containing: osgi.bundle,org.package.java, No repository found containing: binary,epp.linux.x86_64, No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.package.common.feature, No repository found containing: org.eclipse.update.feature,org.feature, Don't.