|Re: Show project by window [message #932424 is a reply to message #932240]
||Thu, 04 October 2012 05:01
| Wayne Beaton
Registered: July 2009
I think that what you're looking for is a way to manage the windows you|
have open on a task-by-task basis. You should have a look at Mylyn .
Mylyn makes tasks a first-class part of your development process. When
you activate a task, Mylyn watches what you do and keeps an 'interest
model' based on your activities. It uses that interest model to filter
views to show only the things (classes, methods, etc.) that you care about.
As a bonus, it keeps track of the windows you have open, how parts of
the window are folded, cursor position, etc. When you later reactivate
the task, Mylyn restores your workbench to the previous state.
The best part is that you probably already have it installed. You just
have to turn it on (start from the "Tasks" view).
There are some videos, presentations, and other helpful pieces of
information on the link I provided.
On 10/03/2012 08:21 PM, Dag Lyberg wrote:
> This is my first question in this forum. Sorry if I do not know the
> right forum to put this question.
> Whenever I open a files in a window from different projects, all the
> files closed in the last window will be opened next time when Eclipsed
> is started.
> I wonder if there is a way to have files open in a particular window.
> That way, I would no longer have to open and close files whenever I
> switch from one project to a another. It might be 20 files sometimes. It
> is annoying. :evil:
> Does anybody know a plugin or something that can, e.g., name particular
> windows where files are automatically reopened after the previous
> session? This can be specific to a project.
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