Re: [eclipse-clp-users] Finding the ECLiPSE startup directory

From: Kish Shen <kisshen_at_...5...>
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 18:18:00 +0000
Paulo Moura wrote:
> I would like to also have a similar solution for Windows. Note that  
> you can easily create a shortcut for the Windows Start Menu menu item  
> that runs ECLiPSe and configure this shortcut to assume as the current  
> directory the directory containing the shortcut.

Hi Paulo,

As far as I understand it (admittedly I try to avoid development on 
Windows if I can), a shortcut is just a `shell' command to run the 
program, in this case probably eclipse.exe, which is where you can 
specify the -e option as I suggested. Assuming you are also running 
LogTalk using a shell script on POSIX systems, you can also use -e 
option when you invoke ECLiPSe from your script. You can then either 
read the files you want then, or if you can't do that yet, then you will 
need to remember the directory and use it when you can.



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