|[Solved] Deleting a Workspace or Project [message #638892]
||Fri, 12 November 2010 23:15
Registered: November 2010
I posted this in the Newcomers section but realized it may be a more advanced topic. Sorry about the double post.|
I'm getting the dreaded "overlaps the location of another project:" problem.
I've searched up and down for a solution to this and can't seem to find one.
I've been trying to get subversive to work and read that all I needed to do was start a new project with code that had all the .svn stuff in it and subversive would recognize it. After I created the project I noticed it wasn't a C++ project. I couldn't figure out how to convert it so I decided to delete it.
I didn't remove the folder/files from the HDD but just from the IDE window.
So, I decided to try and create a new C++ project and see if it would work. I can't do it because of this stupid problem.
Is there an easy way to delete a workspace or project in Eclipse?
Don't point me to some blog about how /usr/lib/eclipse/configuration/.setting blah, blah, blah because that file doesn't exist on my machine.
I'm using Kubuntu 10.10 with Eclipse 3.5.2. Apparently they removed the convert wizard in this release and where the .setting file is.
Is there a way to delete a workspace or project WITHIN the Eclipse IDE (GUI)?
If not - there should be because this is completely ridiculous.
[Updated on: Tue, 16 November 2010 15:57]
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