Affects Version/s: 0.9
Fix Version/s: 0.9-rc-3
Currently, the Eclipse classpath always contains 'bin' as the default output folder, even if no files are actually compiled to there (e.g. sourceSets.main is compiled into 'build/classes/main' etc.)
This means that Eclipse will actually not even create the 'bin' folder, so if this is a Java or JVM project the classpath will contain an entry that does not exist. Whilst this is not uncommon, some tools like Scannotation  fall over here.
The following commit makes the default output dir of the Eclipse classpath an optional parameter to Classpath.groovy. The default value is still 'bin', but if there is a 'main' source set the value 'sourceSets.main.classesDir' is used instead. This should cover Java projects whilst maintaining existing functionality for others.
Please let me know (demobox1 [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk) if a pull request from my fork would be useful.
@Hans: I've spoken to Adam about this on IRC, so if there are any questions he should know a bit more.