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Accidentally deleted frameworks!! Please Help!!


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I decided to fully reinstall eclipse so i typed eclipse in finder and deleted everything and then reinstalled it and i get the following error:

Process: eclipse [18554] Path: /Applications/Eclipse.app/Con - Pastebin.com
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