Another workaround I found was to define "user.home" to the JVM with "-Duser.home=somedirectory", but using the "-data" option is better since it lets one specify the workspace directory name. Defining "user.home' changes the location of the workspace directory, but not its name.
On 06/04/2012 11:41 PM, Glenn Burkhardt wrote:
> I notice that PDE headless builds make use of the directory "workspace"
> in the user's home directory. This can cause a conflict if the same
> directory is being used for development with Eclipse.
> If the directory doesn't exist, the PDE build creates it. That's good,
> since to make sure I get a clean build, I'll delete any existing
> "workspace" directory.
> Is there a way to configure the location of the "workspace" directory
> the PDE build uses? And what part of the build process is creating it,