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Eclipse Project Set Editor

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Eclipse Project Set Editor

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An Eclipse Project Set file (.psf) enables quick export and import of files from a repository like Git, SVN etc. Eclipse currently supports exporting files in a repository as a Project Set file. An editor for an existing PSF file is currently missing. The means updating an existing PSF file (for example, adding a new project, removing an existing project etc.) means editing PSF XML by hand!

The Project Set Editor provides a simple user interface to view and edit PSF files (similar to Manifest Editor or Target Definition Editor). The editor also allows directly importing the artifacts in a PSF file.

You can find the project at Eclipse Labs: http://code.google.com/a/eclipselabs.org/p/psfeditor/

Doors are open for testers and committers.

 

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