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JAXB stuff not found in Eclipse on Mac?

 
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Hello everybody, I'm not sure what's up. Just moved an Eclipse project from a Windows machine running Java 6 to a Mac OS X Leopard machine with Java 5, and I'm seeing this

"The import javax.xml.bind cannot be resolved."


Is this simply an issue with Java 5/6 since my Mac doesn't have Java 6? All the same JARs are are in my lib directory and the build path looks the same, so I can't figure out why I can't see the JAXB stuff. I'm also using the Google App Engine plugin for Eclipse, but I don't think that's related.

Thanks so much...
 
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IIRC that's an SE6/EE5 package, but I could be mis-remembering.

Do you have the jaxb libs in the project?
 
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I don't see them in my
Windows machine's Eclipse which makes me wonder if they come bundled with Java 6 and not 5.
 
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