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How to organize files/folder from many different sources into a single 'project'? [message #1697032] Sun, 31 May 2015 20:39
Bob Devanna is currently offline Bob DevannaFriend
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Registered: May 2015
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Hi,

I installed Eclipse Luna.

I've enabled the Remote System Explorer (RSE).

In my Editor pane, I've got tabs opened for ~10 files, source from ~6 different locations via RSE -- on both local & remote filesystems.

I want to save this currently open collection of files into a single "project", so that I can close it, return to it later, and have it open these 10 files.

Is this possible in Eclipse? Is there a "save all open files into a new project" command, function, etc?

Or, is there some other documented method/procedure that's used in Eclipse to get to the same place?

Bob
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