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I have been using IntelliJ Idea for over a year and have grown very fond of it. However, Eclipse is now more than able to take over my intellij work and it is free.
However, I am having a small problem transitioning my current rather extensive project to Eclipse. Creating a new project for eclipse from my existing intellij project folder is straightforward but what I haven't been able to figure out is how exclude certain folders in my project hierarchy.
Any and all help is appreciated.
-- Rodney
 
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Hello there.
What is your definition of 'exclude the folder'?
Do you mean:
Hide it from a repository?
Hide it from the JDT compiler?
Not import the folder?
(depending on how you migrated your project to Eclipse)
 
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