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Eclipse : Sharing perspective between workspaces

 
Haakon Lind
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Hi, I like to use different workspaces for different languages, ie. one for Java and one for Groovy, but the perspectives I prefer are about the same for both of them. Does anyone know of a smart method for making a customized perspective available in more than the workspace it was created?

I see no option, and I can`t even locate some files that I could possibly move , so I`m stuck.

Thanks!
Haakon
 
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Actually, that sounds exactly backwards from the usual arrangement. One project (or project set), one workspace, Java Perspective, Groovy Perspective.
 
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Haakon, please check your private messages for an important message from me.

Thank you.
 
Haakon Lind
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Originally posted by Tim Holloway:
Actually, that sounds exactly backwards from the usual arrangement. One project (or project set), one workspace, Java Perspective, Groovy Perspective.


The groovy projects (or plugin more exactly) aren`t that stable. It will crash from time to time, and the recompilation of the larger java projects takes up more time than I would want.

I don`t think I understand what you are saying. Only one project (or related projects) in each workspace? My problem would be even more relevant.

[ October 24, 2007: Message edited by: Haakon Lind ]
[ October 24, 2007: Message edited by: Haakon Lind ]
 
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