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Hi,

I started up a little project in Eclipse 3.3 to get used to some of the newe features. Since I work at a desktop computer and at a laptop I have to copy the project if I have to switch between the two crates. I noticed that Mylyn tasks I created at one computer won't appear at the other one and vice versa. It seems as if the tasks are related to the workspace or the Eclipse installation. Is that correct? Which possibilities do I have to take the whole project plus tasks with me?
 
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I found this ibm article on Mylar/Mylyn. It describes that the tasks are stored in the workspace.
Can you not just copy the whole workspace instead of only the project?
 
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Mmh, well...so far I use a single workspace for all my projects, and the workspace from desktop contains different projects...seems like I have to rethink my workspace organization.

Thanks.
 
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