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Does anyone know how to set my classpath globally (for all projects) on eclipse?
I know how to do it from the os and then use the jdk to compile but I'd like to not have to set it up on every eclipse project.
I'm going through a text book that uses the same classes regularly and I 'd like to not have to add the build path to each project individually.
I tried Eclipse>preferences>Java>build path and it asks for a variable name. I'm not sure what it wants exactly. Tried a couple things... no go.
What I do at the project level is right click the project>>properties>>configure build path>>add class folder>>create new folder>>advanced and then select the folder where the namespace path starts.
In this case it's net/mindview/util. This allows me to import the namespace to my classes.(hope my terminology is correct)
What I want is to do the above globally, somehow, so I don't have to do it for every project that needs it.