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Remote Pairing by Joe Kutner

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Sharing an Eclipse Project with Saros

To create an Eclipse project, select File -> New -> Project from the menu bar, and select General -> Project from the wizard that appears. Name it myproject and accept all the default settings.

Now we’ll see myproject in the Package Explorer on the left side of Eclipse. Right-click this node, select New -> File, and choose the file readme.txt.

Now share this project by right-clicking on it again in the Package Explorer, select Share With, and then select the name of the buddy we added earlier, as shown in Figure 32, Sharing an Eclipse project with a buddy. If you’re working with only one computer, this step won’t be possible.

Figure 32. Sharing an Eclipse project with a buddy

Eclipse will prompt the ...

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