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(no subject) [message #712234] Sun, 07 August 2011 04:41
Ben is currently offline BenFriend
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As you know Eclipse itself needs a Java JDK to run. So I am NOT talking about developing Java programs inside Eclipse but the JDK for Eclipse itself.

Assume now I want (temporarily) switch the used JDK version/installation for Eclipse.
Can I simply close Eclipse then modify the path entry in file eclipse.ini and restart Eclipse?

Or is there any other place where the responsible JDK for Eclipse is/needs to be specified?

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