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Re: How to check in global project settings.

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-23 18:44:09 CET

Toni Brkic <toni.brkic@switchcore.com> wrote on 11/23/2005 12:33:31 PM:

> I just installed subclipse and managed to check out
> the trunk of the project I'm working in. My question
> is how to check in project and build settings in Eclipse.
> My problem is due to that when I checked out I had
> to setup things as how to run, debug, make etc. But
> I dont want to do these things each time the project is
> checked out.
> But these things dont seem to be saved in the project catalog.
> Which files do I need to check in so that when somebody else
> check out the project dont need to setup those things again?

Subclipse can only version the files that are stored in your project. As
of Eclipse 3.1 there are ways to store more of these settings in the
project, in which case they can be versioned. In prior versions, you were
basically limited to the information that is stored in the .project and
.classpath files.


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