Re: How to check in global project settings.
For me the project catalog is the directory that
is created under workspace. Basically where the
checked out directory is placed.
If it was possbile to setup Eclipse so that it save project settings
in workspace/projectX instead of workspace/.metadata/.plugins...
So what I would like to do I guess it to put more of the unversioned
files into the project directory and version control them.
Then we could just add those file to subversion and when somebody
checked out the project all project settings would also be checked
But the import/export might work well enough have to try and
experiment with them.
Mark Phippard wrote:
> Toni Brkic <email@example.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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