Eclipse .project files are distributed with JLense thus making it easy to get started
developing JLense applications with the Eclipse IDE.
There are .project files in the startup directory, the plugins
directory, and each JLense and JLedger plugin directory.
These are Eclipse project files. If you want to work with JLense from
within Eclipse then you import these project files into Eclipse.
The best way to import all these .project files is to import all of them
at once by importing the "Team Project Set" file, AnonymousProjectSet.psf, which
is located in the JLense root directory.
To import the JLense project set choose
File | Import | Team Project Set from
within the Eclipse IDE. Then select the <JLense installation directory>>/AnonymousProjectSet.psf
file. Eclipse will import all JLense .projects into the IDE and you'll be ready to go!
After importing the JLense .project you will find Eclipse launch configurations for running
JLense applications from the Eclipse IDE. The three most import launch configurations are:
JLense UIWorks Examples
Runs the JLense Workbench with the UIWorks examples.
Runs the JLedger Server.
Runs the JLedger Workbench.