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Re: How to check in global project settings.

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-23 18:58:31 CET

Toni Brkic <toni.brkic@switchcore.com> wrote on 11/23/2005 12:52:56 PM:

> 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.

What is a project catalog?

Most Eclipse preferences are stored in an unversioned area of your
workspace. You can exchange them using the Eclipse Import/Export wizards.

In Eclipse 3.1, the Java Tooling lets you provide project specific
preferences for many of the Java settings. These are then stored beneath
your project folder in a folder named .settings and can be versioned.
These settings are configured by right-clicking on your project and
choosing Properties.

Other than what Eclipse provides you there are no magic tweaks/hacks you
can use to do anything.


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