|Re: Problem with changing perspectives [message #813609 is a reply to message #813561]
||Mon, 05 March 2012 13:49
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 2012.03.05 5:36, R Ok wrote:|
> I hope it's the right place to ask.
> I have a problem with switching from c++ perspective to java. I'm able
> to see the all the projects (java and C++) in Project Explorer only when
> the C++ perspective is chosen. Switching to java causes the Project
> explorer to disappear and package explorer to appear. I can make a new
> java project by clicking in white space, however the project is visible
> only in project explorer and I have to switch to C++ persp. to see the
> new project. The weirdest thing - name of project of C++ project I made
> a long time ago appears at the top of the eclipse window: proj name -
> Java - Eclipse SDK.
> And when I switch to java persp. I see that proj. name too in Package
> Explorer tab. Could someone, give an advice how to fix this
> issue,please? Thank you in advance. Roman.
There shouldn't be a problem here, but if it's not particularly
important to you to see both types in the same workspace, you could
consider separate workspaces for Java and for C/C++. It's also possible
to maintain separate Eclipse installations for the two.
I'm not advising you to do this at all, I'm just saying that if your C++
and Java worlds don't overlap, separating them will certainly solve your
Also, don't overlook the Eclipse CDT forum where folk who use Eclipse
for C/C++ hang out to answer questions.
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