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Eclipse Platform Plug-in Development Environment Guide
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Target Definition

A target definition specifies all aspects of a target - including its location, constituent plug-ins and environment.

Open the new target definition wizard File > New > Other... > Plug-in Development > Target Definition from the top level menu.

Target Wizard

File Name and Location

The only restriction is that the target definition must have a .target file extension. The target definition can be placed in any project and any folder. The flexibility in naming the file allows you to store multiple target definitions in the same folder.

Initial File Content

A target definition can be initialized in one of four ways:

  1. Nothing: This option creates an empty target definition.
  2. Default: This option creates a minimal target definition with default settings for all sections.
  3. Open the target platform preference page Window > Preferences... > Plug-in Development > Target Platform preference page.
  4. Template: This option creates a copy of an existing target definition. This option is particularly useful if you are creating a target definition that augments or slightly modifies an existing target.

 
 
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