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Re: How to check in global project settings.

From: Toni Brkic <toni.brkic_at_switchcore.com>
Date: 2005-11-23 18:52:56 CET

Thanks for the fast reply. I searched a long
time on google but couldnt find any answer.
Thats bad news.

So does somebody have a link or know which variables
i need to set i guess in config.ini so that most
project settings are stored in the project catalog.

Best regards,


Mark Phippard wrote:
> 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.
> Mark
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