This is default repository from which Maven will retrieve dependencies and other artifacts needed during a build.
Eclipse was not able to search dependency in Maven central repository.Eclipse search artifact dependency on repository's index file.If that file is not download or not exist due to any reason, Maven's dependency search will not work in Eclipse.:-) Download Eclipse IDE for C/C Developers from the Eclipse download page, extract the file, and put the resulting directory somewhere sensible. In case you come across it, note that you should install llvm4eclipsecdt (or if you do, don't choose its toolchain below), even if you're using clang as your compiler.This plugin is intended mainly for managed projects, but we use an unmanaged project for Mozilla since it has its own build system.No Java virtual machine was found after searching the following locations: C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_65\bin" Java Eclipse works just fine until I get an update and then suddenly I can't the Eclipse program to start. I am a beginer and so far Java programming is great but getting this to run is a head banger. Looking at other posts from years ago I see this might have something to do with an incorrect path.I've checked the path noted in the error message and the files are there. Unfortunately, I don't know how to check and edit the path.If you play the MS Windows CD backwards you'll hear satanic messages. If you play the MS Windows CD backwards you'll hear satanic messages. (Unless you override that behaviour as per Adam's suggestion.) My PATH variable starts with "C:\Program Data\Oracle\Java\javapath;" and when I looked there I found java.exe, javaw.exe, and javaws.exe, all of which were symlinks to the actual executables in my latest Java installation.So of course my Eclipse installation runs fine and doesn't have your problem.The Maven Repositories view is also intelligent enough to keep track of any repositories that have been added to your project via your Maven Settings, an active Maven Profile, or that have been added directly to a project's POM.This page is new, and has been written pretty much from scratch to replace our old Eclipse docs.