Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Eclipse keeps a lot of state, and workspaces are where it is kept. When you first run Eclipse, it will ask if you want to create a workspace. Thereafter, when you start Eclipse, it picks up right where you left off, with all the projects, files, and views as you left them, by reading its previous state from a workspace. Eclipse implements workspaces using directories. Every project belongs to a workspace. By default, new projects are directories created inside the workspace directory.
Even if you create a project from a source that is not in the workspace directory, most of the meta information about that project is kept in the workspace. Workspaces are independent. Settings that you set up in one workspace stay in that workspace. You can use multiple workspaces to separate projects that target different platforms, and that may use markedly different environments—for example, Rails projects and Android projects. You can use multiple workspaces to run more than one instance of Eclipse. Suppose you have Eclipse-based tools for some web application framework that are not compatible with the version of Eclipse you are using for Android development. By using a separate workspace for Android development, you can maintain separate state and even run both Eclipse versions at the same time.


Eclipse Concepts and Terminology
Java Environments
Builders and Artifacts
Eclipse Views and Perspectives
The Package Explorer View
The Task List View
The Outline View
The Problems View
Java Coding in Eclipse
Editing Java Code and Code Completion
Eclipse and Android
Preventing Bugs and Keeping Your Code Clean
Static Analyzers
Applying Static Analysis to Android Code
Limitations of Static Analysis
Eclipse Idiosyncrasies and Alternatives

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