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In JBuilder - what's the difference between .jpx and .jpr (the project file extension)?
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Hi,

both project file types are available in all editions. The .jpr file type is suitable for most purposes. The .jpx file type is an XML file that better supports team development features and version control (available in JBuilder Enterprise edition) in addition to the usual project file functions.

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Hope this helps - It's copy/paste from the JBuilder's help :)
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