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I've got my "Default output folder" set for MyJavaProject/classes, but when I do a build it places the class files into an additional "package" folder under classes. Like this for example: MyJavaProject/classes/mypackagename/...

How do I stop Eclipse from creating the additional package folder and just place everything in my "Default output folder"?

Thanks.
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If your java class files are inside a package then a package folder will be created in the output. If you donot want your *.class files to be inside the package then make your java classes without any packages(not recommended though)
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Thanks for the information.
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