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Understanding org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs

justin smythhe
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I saw this file in an eclipse project folder. Its contents are given below. What is the purpose of this file and what is the meaning of its contents.



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Steve Fahlbusch
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Shouldn't this be posted in a more appropriate fora?

Moderators, can this be moved to the IDE forum?
Paul Clapham
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Yup, moved.
Peter Johnson
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Those are Eclipse options. If these came from a project's folder, then these options were set specifically for the project (in other words, you overrode those settings from the global preferences).

That specific set of options was set via Project | Properties | Java Compiler.


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