|Creating an Eclipse Distribution: PATH problem [message #1838328]
||Mon, 22 February 2021 11:51
| Filipa Durão
Registered: February 2021
I'm trying to create an Eclipse distribution to share as part of my thesis work, and I read that a way to do it is to make all the changes to Eclipse that I want to do and then zip the Eclipse folder and it's ready to run on another machine.
All this worked up to a certain point: I made the changes, zipped the folder, opened it up on another machine, and ran Eclipse, all this was okay.
But then, I wanted to create a program and run it. This is where a warning appeared because Eclipse couldn't find the JDK and Python PATHs. As it turned out, the PATHs were still set for my original machine, and as such, could never work on another one.
My question is, is there any way to automatically change the PATH that Eclipse looks for when starting? Or any way to change the PATH by hand at all in this situation?
Thank you in advance!
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