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PDT 1 and PDT 2 [message #91467] Fri, 23 January 2009 01:19 Go to next message
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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 projects.
Re: PDT 1 and PDT 2 [message #91498 is a reply to message #91467] Fri, 23 January 2009 02:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: nickboldt+eclipse+newsgroup.gmail.com

You can share projects between workspaces by importing one into the other.

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 projects.

--
Nick Boldt :: http://wiki.eclipse.org/User:Nickb
Re: PDT 1 and PDT 2 [message #91541 is a reply to message #91498] Fri, 23 January 2009 09:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Petr is currently offline PetrFriend
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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 other.
>
> 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 projects.
>
Re: PDT 1 and PDT 2 [message #91595 is a reply to message #91541] Fri, 23 January 2009 17:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: nickboldt+eclipse+newsgroup.gmail.com

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.

http://wiki.eclipse.org/PDT/Installation

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
>> other.
>>
>> 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
>>> projects.
>>

--
Nick Boldt :: http://wiki.eclipse.org/User:Nickb
Re: PDT 1 and PDT 2 [message #91678 is a reply to message #91595] Fri, 23 January 2009 22:35 Go to previous message
Petr is currently offline PetrFriend
Messages: 11
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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.
>
> http://wiki.eclipse.org/PDT/Installation
>
> 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
>>> other.
>>>
>>> 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
>>>> projects.
>>>
>
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