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RE: project referencing

From: Leeuw van der, Tim <tim.leeuwvander_at_nl.unisys.com>
Date: 2004-04-22 16:39:33 CEST


Did the checked-out project include a .project file? 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 it as a different kind of 'regular' project.

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



-----Original Message-----
From: Norberto Carnelli [mailto:norberto.carnelli@poste.it]
Sent: donderdag 22 april 2004 16:34
To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Subject: project referencing

hi all,
i've just checked out a remote subversion project
inside my local workspace.
It downloaded it correctly, infact i can
navigate subdirs and open .java files.

Now, i want to reference this project inside
my project, because i need to use those packages,
but if i right-click on my project, then go to
java buildpath and projects, i *cant* see the
subversion project, only my "regular" local

Any hint?

I'm using subclipse 0.90 and eclipse 2.1.3

Norberto Carnelli
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