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mixing v3 and v2 [message #124311] Wed, 03 December 2003 21:01 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: moopa06.ca.om

Do Bad Things(tm) happen if I start using v3(m5) on my code and then I
loose my nerve and decide to go back to v2? I am thinking about .project,
classpath file formats for example
Re: mixing v3 and v2 [message #124387 is a reply to message #124311] Thu, 04 December 2003 08:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Thomas  Mäder is currently offline Thomas Mäder
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likely yes. Going to M5 shouldn't be a problem, however, going back can be.

paul moore wrote:
> Do Bad Things(tm) happen if I start using v3(m5) on my code and then I
> loose my nerve and decide to go back to v2? I am thinking about .project,
> classpath file formats for example
>
Re: mixing v3 and v2 [message #125357 is a reply to message #124311] Mon, 08 December 2003 20:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Colin Sampaleanu is currently offline Colin Sampaleanu
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paul moore wrote:
> Do Bad Things(tm) happen if I start using v3(m5) on my code and then I
> loose my nerve and decide to go back to v2? I am thinking about .project,
> classpath file formats for example
>

You should be ok as long as you use separate metadata dirs for each
Eclipse instance. The actual .project and .classpath files should have
no problem being shared, in my experience.
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