|[Linux] bin folder not shown [message #1802175]
||Sun, 03 February 2019 00:20
| ruphus roger
Registered: February 2019
so just recently I finished the course 'object oriented programming in java' at university. Now I would want to keep on programming and getting deeper into Java at home. At university we used Eclipse (Windows 10) and so I installed Eclipse on my Ubuntu 18.10 box at home, as well. I am using OpenJDK11 and OpenjFX11.
Within Eclipse I have added JavaFX at 'Windows -> Preferences -> Java -> Build Path -> User Libraries', which points at the javafx-sdk-11.0.2/lib folder. It shows me all those .jar files. So I assume Java and JavaFX are installed correctly.
Now when I create a new project, I choose OpenJDK11 as JRE, input a name and click next.
Now in the Libraries tab I add my User Library with JavaFX.
By now in the Source tab it is only the projects folder as a parent and the src folder as a child folder shown. There is no bin folder shown. Further down the window it states Default output folder: FXTest2/bin... I click finish.
Now I see my new project with its hierarchy looking like (see screenshot):
JRESystem Library [java-11-openjdk-amd64]
That bin folder is just not shown for me.
Right click on the project -> new -> Folder -> bin -> that folder already exists
And in fact that folder exists within my workspace/FXTest2 folder.
Please help me to get that Eclipse working correctly. As far as I learned, one should put all the projects files somewhere inside the bin folder, right? Like in some subfolder (e.g. controller, views, etc.). I would love to get that thing working and start programming at home.
With best regards
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