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Changing Workspace

Prakash Dwivedi
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Can i change my workspace in WSAD without restarting it? If yes how?


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Prakash,
No, you need to restart it. If you have enough memory, you can open multiple workspaces at the same time though.


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In eclipse 3 you can so probably by the next release this will be something to look forward to.


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