|Re: PDT 1 and PDT 2 [message #91678 is a reply to message #91595]
||Fri, 23 January 2009 22:35
Registered: July 2009
Yes - I did it like that (one backed-up workspace, 2 independent Eclipse |
- Europe and Ganymede - both without problems - for the present). I have
installed PDT (all in one from Zend - with Zend debugger - I have
corrected error with version in xml file), CDT, TeXlipse, SVN
(Subclipse), Spell Checker etc. Thanks for help and speed of your answers.
Nick Boldt napsal(a):
> If all you use is CDT and PDT, I suggest getting a PDT All-in-one zip,
> then using Update (the Ganymede site) to install the CDT stuff into it.
> If you use other plugins beyond those sets, you'll have to reinstall
> them into you new eclipse too.
> You can reuse your existing workspace, but do NOT unpack the new Eclipse
> on top of the old one. Keep them in separate folders.
> Petr Suchy (xsuchy09) wrote:
>> Because of errors in automatic update (it is not possible to update
>> Eclipse and all plugins via this function) - handly update is for me
>> worser solution - clean "install" of new version of Eclipse and its
>> plugins is better way for me and more secure - if it will not be any
>> problem I will remove old version of Eclipse of course - it is as
>> back-up for me. Thanks.
>> Nick Boldt napsal(a):
>>> You can share projects between workspaces by importing one into the
>>> Why can't you switch from Eclipse 3.3 to 3.4? There's a whole new
>>> version of CDT available too.
>>> Petr Suchy (xsuchy09) wrote:
>>>> It is possible to have the same workspace for two independent
>>>> versions of PDT (v1 and v2) on the same machine without any problem?
>>>> Update of my Eclipse Europe is impossible (PHP, C/C++, ...) and I
>>>> want to try and use new version of Eclipse and PDT plugin for my PHP
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