Open an Eclipse project in Eclipse

Wednesday, 6th July, 2011

What could be simpler? Not.

I am developing an Android project using Eclipse. I’m working on several machines, with the project source kept in version control. Eclipse seems to generate a ton of metadata files. So far I haven’t been keeping these under version control, but it looks like I might have to.

Often when I launch Eclipse it doesn’t find the project. To gently remind Eclipse where your project is:

  1. Choose File | Import
  2. Select General | Existing Projects into Workspace
  3. Click next and then browse to the directory contain the project directory.

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Eclipse mitigates the pain of having to write Java, but Eclipse brings pains of its own. Today I’m looking into developing for Android using my usual IDE, emacs.

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