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The newsgroup is the appropriate forum for questions 
like this regarding the use of Eclipse, and for technical discussions on 
implementing plug-ins.
The *-dev-* mailing lists are for component development discussions.

For your project, you should create a Java project.  You will also need to 
set up the classpath appropriately to have org as a source folder.
To do this, select the project, choose Properties, and go to the Java 
Build Path page.


"Jerry Jalenak" <Jerry.Jalenak@xxxxxxxxxx>
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05/17/02 10:35 AM
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        To:     "'eclipse-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx'" <eclipse-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>
        Subject:        [eclipse-dev] (no subject)

I am new to Eclipse, and wasn't sure where to post this e-mail to.  If 
is the wrong forum, please let me know the more appropriate location.

I am trying to use Eclipse as a web application development IDE
(Apache/Tomcat).  Using the web application directory structure as
recommended by the Jakarta Tomcat folks, I have created the following
directory structure within Eclipse:

                   |- etc
                   |- lib
                   |- org
                   |- web

This was created as a 'Simple Project'.  The problem I have is that, as I
add my Java classes under the 'org' directory, the 'build' process that
should normally occur when I save the class doesn't.  I have added 
obvious errors to the code; the save/build process never reports them as
errors.  Is this because I set this up as a 'Simple Project'?  Should I
change this all over to a 'Java Project'?  or should I define a build.xml
file and use Ant to do all of my compiles? 

Thanks in advance for your help.

Jerry Jalenak
Development Manager
Web Publishing
LabOne, Inc.
10101 Renner Blvd.
Lenexa, KS  66219


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