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Figure 1-14 Classpath Variable Preference Page
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133 Importing and Exporting Preferences Setting up multiple Eclipse workspaces or migrating from one Eclipse version to another can be inconvenient due to the difficulty in moving work-
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space preferences from one version to another Likewise, configuring multiple users workspaces with common settings (such as code formatting preference and classpath variable settings) can also be very difficult The Eclipse Preference dialog does include Import and Export buttons at the bottom of the dialog that are intended to help solve this problem Clicking the Export button prompts for the name of a preference export file (an epf file) and then records any non-default preference settings into that file The Import button is then used to import a preference file This mechanism for exporting and importing preference is less than ideal, however, because of granularity issues (you can only export all preferences or none at all) and problems handling various types of preferences, such as classpath variables (which are exported using hard coded paths rather than workspacerelative paths) and code templates (which are not exported at all)
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Tip: See Appendix A for third party plug-ins and products such as CodePro Studio that enhance the preference import/export process
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14 CREATING A PROJECT
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Earlier sections of this chapter introduced the Eclipse workbench and showed a number of ways to customize the environment The next step is to actually start using Eclipse to get some work done This section will take you through the steps needed to create your first Eclipse project In the basic Eclipse environment, there are three different types of projects that can be created: 1 Simple projects, as their name implies, are the simplest type of Eclipse project They can contain any type of arbitrary resource including text files, HTML files, etc 2 Java projects are used to hold Java source code and resources needed to create a Java application The next section will describe the process of creating a Java project 3 Plug-in Development projects are used to create Eclipse plug-ins This is the type of project that this book will primarily concern itself
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with, and 2 will go through a detailed example of creating a plug-in project
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141 Using the New Java Project Wizard To create a new Java project, select the File > New > Project command or click the New Java Project tool bar button in the Java perspective to
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open the New Project wizard (see Figure 1-15) On the first page of the wizard, select Java in the left hand list and then Java Project on the right, followed by clicking the Next button
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Figure 1-15 New Project wizard selecting the project type
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On the second page of the wizard (see Figure 1-16), enter the name of the project (eg, First Project ) and click the Next button Note that this
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page also includes an option for specifying the location of the project By default, the project will be placed within the workspace directory
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Figure 1-16 New Project wizard naming the project
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The next page of the wizard (see Figure 1-17) contains build path settings for the Java project The Source tab provides a place to add source
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folders, which act as roots for packages containing Java files The Projects tab allows you to set up project dependencies by selecting other projects in the workbench that this project depends on The Libraries tab is the place to add JAR files (either stored in the workbench or out on the file system) The last tab, Order and Export, controls the order of build path elements and whether they are exported and visible to other projects that require this project The Default output folder field, at the bottom the page, is used to specify the default location where compilation output will be stored When the Finish button is clicked, the new project is created and appears in the Package Explorer view or the Navigator view depending on which perspective is active
Tip: Traditionally, source files are placed into a separate source folder named src and the compiler output into a bin directory Placing these types of files in separate directories results in an easier build process Use the Java > New Project preference page to specify the default directory names used when creating new Java projects