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Window -> Preferences -> Validation Select Javascript and enable jslint Project -> Properties -> Project Natures Select Web (and anything else you'd like) Window -> Show View -> Problems Save your file, problems should fill up with warnings
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Configure the project to be a JavaScript project by: Right click project -> Configure (right above Property) -> Convert to JavaScript Project

Do right as Mr. Butterworth and jQuery autocompletion said, install the JSDT jQuery pluggin and add jQuery to the project's JavaScript Resources

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Error: User Rate Limit ExceededError: User Rate Limit Exceeded. You can configure it via project preferences and it works like a charm. It shows additional warnings in the JavaScript editor.

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!! The project must be some type of web project: Web, PHP, Python, Ruby, Rails.

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Search for JSDT jQuery from the Eclipse market place and install. I found JSDT jQuery 1.5.0. Right click on your project and configure build path (I know I wish it were workspace level too). Go to JavaScript > Include Path and click Add JavaScript Library... Choose jQuery. This is v1.8 support. I looked but couldn't find anything newer. Restart Eclipse and viola.

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Right click on your project and select Properties. Expand Javascript -> Include Path. In the Libraries tab, click "Add Javascript Library". Select "User Library" -> "Configure User Libraries". Add all the .js files you need, click OK and wait for the project build to complete. You should have code completion from all library files you added when editing your own .js files.

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