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杰廖杰
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How to open an exist IOT project in Eclips?

Hi,

The ISS IOT IDE (Eclipse) can create one project easyly.

But the project grows more and more, so I delete some from the project view (keep source file on disk).

When I try to get them back, I can't find proper menu item to operate -- if open xxx.prj file, the IDE treat it as text file, and doesn't expain the project item in the file.

Where is the right entry for 'Open project'?

Thanks

James

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idata
Community Manager
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Hi JamesLeo,

I created a new project named "hola". The way I open a project is first go to File -> Open File, then I go to workspace_iot and select my project "hola". Finally I look for my ".cpp" file and this file opens the code that I wrote. Please see the images attach, so you have a better idea of what I am talking about.

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I will be waiting for your reply, have a nice day.

Regards,

 

-Jose
杰廖杰
New Contributor I
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Hi, Jose,

Thanks for your reply.

I noticed that you have two project, "led" and "hola", in the project explorer.

Every time you create a project, there will be a new one added in.

You can 'delete' one of the old project but keep contents on your hard disk.

The problem is , if you want to reopen the project, no entry to 'open project' (not 'open file').

Normally, the project file consists a group of files (source,setting,resources...), and you can build a group of files in one project by it.

Open a file(*.c, *.h) is a simple work, but you can't build the relative project.

Best Regards.

James

idata
Community Manager
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Hi James,

I understand what you mean, if you want to open a project after you deleted it you will have to import it. For doing this you will have to left click in the Project Explorer and look for your project to open. Please follow the images attach below.

I will be waiting for your reply, have a nice day.

Regards,

 

-Jose
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