|Re: Where does Eclipse store other workspaces? [message #631003 is a reply to message #630995]
||Tue, 05 October 2010 15:49
Originally posted by: richkulp.us.NOSPAM.ibm.com|
I'm guessing but I think I remember that if that area was not writable
to a user it would store such information in the users area.
On 10/5/2010 3:09 PM, Richard wrote:
> Can you possibly help me? I would like to know if it is possible to
> configure Eclipse so that each user can setup his/her own default
> workspace that comes up when they start up eclipse each time instead of
> a shared one? The fact that the preferences are saved in a single file
> in the <eclipse_root>configurations/.settings folder seems to imply this
> will not work. But, I am certain it was working for us properly 5 months
> ago and now no longer works. We are using Ganymede on a Linux machine.
> It may be that an update to the intel C++ compiler messed things up for us.
|Re: Where does Eclipse store other workspaces? [message #631208 is a reply to message #631191]
||Wed, 06 October 2010 10:57
Registered: July 2009
Unfortunately, I am trying to "fix" our system. It used to work fine in scenario #3 configuration. Each individual user could choose there own workspace and Eclipes would honor that each time they brought it up. And each workspace was in a separate area, not shared by multiple users. But now, something on our system changed (likely by IT dept) and now it no longer works. Trying to figure out what they did and how to reverse it. We may be better off just re-installing eclipse, but I do not want to lose customizations we may have made and forgotten about.
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