|Workspace-resident plugins/features [message #509011]
||Thu, 21 January 2010 01:57
| Chad La Joie
Registered: July 2009
Location: Zürich, Switzerland
First, I apologize if this is in the wrong forum, I wasn't quite sure which of a couple this might be best posted in.|
I'm using Eclipse, with the JDT and some other things, on OS X. I currently have one workspace with quite a number of large projects in it. These projects can be coarsely clumped together in to a few groups. For each group there are a set of plugins used by all the projects in that group, but not necessarily by projects in the other groups.
So, I'd like to create a workspace for each group and install the plugins specific to each group in to that workspace, not in to the normal "global" Eclipse location. This is especially important because one set of projects in particular has some plugins that aren't stable and I don't want them "polluting" my environment when I'm working in another workspace.
Is there a way to install a plugin to a workspace instead of globally? Could some one point me to some documentation about it?
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