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Re: project referencing

From: Norberto Carnelli <norberto.carnelli_at_poste.it>
Date: 2004-04-22 16:51:00 CEST

Leeuw van der, Tim ha scritto:

> Hi,
>
> Did the checked-out project include a .project file?

yes, but i suppose it has been created by my Eclipse

> Does Eclipse recognize it as a Java project, rather than as a 'plain' project?

> --> If you do not see this project in the Java or Java Browsing perspectives,
> then chances are good that the project is not a Java project but that Eclipse regards

The project is visible in the java prespective but...

> Always make sure to have your .project and .classpath files into Subversion!
> (or CVS, or ClearCase, or VSS etc....)

...there's only a .project file, no .classhpath file (and
right-click preferences on that prj are lesser than the one
found in a regular java project)

but im not the maintainer of the remote project (actually
i dont even know if they use eclipse to develop it) so
i cant force them to put a remote .project or .classpath
file in the trunk

So, is there any way to use it however ?

"I've eaten from the insane root that imprisons reason"
  --Anthrax
Received on Fri Apr 23 00:51:00 2004

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