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javac -d option in Eclipse

 
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hi all,
I am using Eclipse 3.0 version and I want to make the use of the -d
option in javac . That is I want to shift my class file to a specific location . Can any one please tell me how can I use the javac -d option in Eclipse.
Any white paper any link will be appriciated
Thanks and regards
Samir
 
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How are you running javac from Eclipse? Normally you don't need to do that, because Eclipse automatically compiles your source files in the background. You don't need to compile your sources manually.

You can right-click on your project, choose Properties in the pop-up menu en go to Java Build Path. There you can set the folders that contain source code and compiled classes for your project. (Note, this is for Eclipse 3.2; version 3.0 is already a few years old, but I guess it's more or less in the same place in 3.0).
 
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Thanks a lot jesper ...
It was there at the same location you told.
Thank you once again
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Samir
 
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