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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Working with projects, folders and files

There are three different types of resources in the workbench: projects, folders, and files. Projects are the largest structural unit used by the Workbench. Projects contain folders and files, and they can be opened, closed, or built. Folders can contain other folders and files. The Workbench provides a number of mechanisms for working with projects, folders and files. See the related tasks section for more details.

Folders and files can be linked to locations in the file system outside of the project's location. These special folders and files are called linked resources.

Related concepts
Workbench
Resources
Resource hierarchies
Linked resources

Related tasks
Creating a project
Closing projects
Deleting projects
Creating a folder
Creating a file
Creating linked resources
Moving resources
Copying resources
Renaming resources
Deleting resources
Viewing resources properties


 
 
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