Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding how Eclipse sees the filesystem, part of Eclipse Essential Training.
- Let's look at how your Eclipse projects…utilize the file system.…Here, I'm looking at the Package Explorer in Eclipse…and I see my project called First…and then my src folder…and if I expand that I see default package…and in there, Test.java.…I also see this JRE System Library.…But what's actually in the file system on my computer?…If I tab over to Finder,…I can see this folder, the First folder that's created…when I created my Eclipse project,…and in there I have two folders.…
One is the src folder with Test.java in it,…note that there is no default package folder,…and then one is the bin folder…with a file called Test.class.…So the Package Explorer doesn't appear to exactly mimic…what's in the file system.…The way that that works is that the Package Explorer…is showing me…things that are relevant to my project.…In Java when you create a class, it's part of a package.…
Since we didn't declare a specific package for this class,…it's saying "default package."…So what I'm seeing here…is things that are relevant to my Java project…
- What is Eclipse?
- Setting up a workspace
- Adding external files to a project
- Installing add-ons
- Refactoring code
- Working with tasks
- Customizing formatting
- Using Git for version control
- Developing Java, PHP, C/C++, Perl, and Python apps with Eclipse
- Setting up testing servers
- Testing apps
- Debugging apps
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Eclipse
2. Working with Code
3. Using Git for Version Control
4. Using Eclipse for Java Development
5. Using Eclipse for PHP Development
6. Using Eclipse for C/C++ Development
7. Using Eclipse for Perl Development
8. Using Eclipse for Python Development
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