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Eclipse project lost ?

Posted on 2008-10-17
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My java Eclipse (Europa) project seems to be getting lost.

Is there a project file ? Where is the source stored ?

I noticed when I was able to re-open one project that the:

Resource: path ...   AND
Resource: location

were not the same. However, I was able to restore and
build this project. What is the difference between path and location ?
Thanks.
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Location is physical location of your files (so you will find your sources there).
Path is relative to your workspace...
cheers,
w.
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