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Getting the default JRE version of Eclipse

 
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Dear All,
I have a plugin and I want to be able to access the default JRE version of the Eclipse.

With code below i am building a project on the workspace, but i would like to make a check before running the code below. If possible it would be lovely to change the default JRE but being able to access its version is also very welcomed.




Thanks a lot
 
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I think using the following command to check for the version used by eclipse to compile your code should be a good way to go

 
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