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migrate some existing projects from Sun ONE Studio to Eclipse? [message #7834] Mon, 19 December 2005 20:11 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: clibase-forum.yahoo.com

Hi, we want to migrate some existing projects from Sun ONE Studio to Eclipse. Our file structures are like:
com/domain/common,
com/domain/project1, and
com/domain/project2.

I tried to build project1 which (and project2 as well) uses the "common" package. If I put "com" directory under the Eclipse project source, it always compiles project2 as well which we do not need. I tried to exclue the "project2" manually but this may not be an ideal solution since the "com/domain" is shared by multiple developers and later on new irrelevant directories could be created there later on and I have to know that exclude them one by one in the configuration.

Anyone has a better idea how this can be organized? We'd better not change the existing source file structure if possible.

Thanks, -cli
Re: migrate some existing projects from Sun ONE Studio to Eclipse? [message #7919 is a reply to message #7834] Mon, 08 May 2006 15:48 Go to previous message
Doug Gaff is currently offline Doug Gaff
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Try the eclipse.platform newsgroup for this question.

"C Li" <clibase-forum@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:12784804.1135041129009.JavaMail.root@cp1.javalobby.org:

> Hi, we want to migrate some existing projects from Sun ONE Studio to
> Eclipse. Our file structures are like:
> com/domain/common,
> com/domain/project1, and
> com/domain/project2.
>
> I tried to build project1 which (and project2 as well) uses the "common"
> package. If I put "com" directory under the Eclipse project source, it
> always compiles project2 as well which we do not need. I tried to exclue
> the "project2" manually but this may not be an ideal solution since the
> "com/domain" is shared by multiple developers and later on new
> irrelevant directories could be created there later on and I have to
> know that exclude them one by one in the configuration.
>
> Anyone has a better idea how this can be organized? We'd better not
> change the existing source file structure if possible.
>
> Thanks, -cli
Re: migrate some existing projects from Sun ONE Studio to Eclipse? [message #569503 is a reply to message #7834] Mon, 08 May 2006 15:48 Go to previous message
Doug Gaff is currently offline Doug Gaff
Messages: 150
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Try the eclipse.platform newsgroup for this question.

"C Li" <clibase-forum@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:12784804.1135041129009.JavaMail.root@cp1.javalobby.org:

> Hi, we want to migrate some existing projects from Sun ONE Studio to
> Eclipse. Our file structures are like:
> com/domain/common,
> com/domain/project1, and
> com/domain/project2.
>
> I tried to build project1 which (and project2 as well) uses the "common"
> package. If I put "com" directory under the Eclipse project source, it
> always compiles project2 as well which we do not need. I tried to exclue
> the "project2" manually but this may not be an ideal solution since the
> "com/domain" is shared by multiple developers and later on new
> irrelevant directories could be created there later on and I have to
> know that exclude them one by one in the configuration.
>
> Anyone has a better idea how this can be organized? We'd better not
> change the existing source file structure if possible.
>
> Thanks, -cli
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