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adding project to eclipse from command line [message #1007247] Tue, 05 February 2013 09:08
Itzhak Hovav is currently offline Itzhak HovavFriend
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Registered: February 2013
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hi

I have an internal framework that downloads projects to my local computer from command line script and I want to add a command to the script that will automatically add the downloaded project into eclipse.

1. I don't know if eclipse is opened on my computer or not and even if I do I don't want to close it if it is opened... I want this to work in any case.
2. I know the path to both workspace and project locations.
3. I don't want to run clear project or build, I just want the project to be added.

to sum it up: I want to simulate the GUI "import existing project" work without doing it manually but through command line (including the "refresh" of the view).

could it be done? is there a way to do so?
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