Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:
The simplest way is to simply delete them.
You can later add them again as needed. Eclipse should pick up your settings from the existing project files I think.
If you want more you'll have to find a plugin that creates a new view with only the currently active project (if such a thing exists).
Originally posted by Graham VMead:
Another way of doing it is to select the drop down arrow in the package explorer title bar - select working set - set up a new working set with just the projects you are interested in - select this set.
Haven't found a way of defaulting to this set at start up of the perspective(even if you save it as a custom one) but there may be a way.
Every time you go to the Package explorer select your working set and all the others are hidden.
Seems a bit less of an overkill than deleting and reinserting projects you don't want.
HTH Graham Mead
Originally posted by Gregg Bolinger:
Is there a way to see only the project you are working on in the Package Explorer? I can close projects I am not working on, but I still see the long list of them in the window. I would rather just see the one I am working on.
Originally posted by H�ctor Quartino:
Right-click on project, then select "Go into".
[ January 19, 2004: Message edited by: H�ctor Quartino ]
Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
In 3.0 (not sure about 2.x) you can also filter the view, for example not showing closed projects.