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Open existing project in Eclipse

 
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Hello,

I am quite new to Eclipse IDE.
I am using Eclipse-jee-ganymede-win32, Version 3.4.0.
How do i open an existing project?
Please help.

Thank you.
 
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Use File > Import and select General > Existing Projects into Workspace. Click next and then browse to the directory contain the project directory.
 
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Thank you very much.


 
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Peter Johnson wrote:Use File > Import and select General > Existing Projects into Workspace. Click next and then browse to the directory contain the project directory.



Funny.... such a complex procedure to do such a simple and basic operation...
 
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Vadiraj Deshpande wrote:Funny.... such a complex procedure to do such a simple and basic operation...



For sure. I am trying to switch to Eclipse, and was working yesterday on a project. Today, I can't figure out how to open it. So I googled, and it brought me back here to the Ranch.

Since this is an ancient thread, clearly this feature has been around a long time.
 
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