Eclipse Gems, Tips & Tricks: Importing Projects

This article is part of a ‘mini series’ about hidden gems, tips and tricks around Eclipse.
The topic of this one is how to import existing projects into a workspace.

Drag&Drop Import

Drag&Drop Import

The easiest way to import projects into the workspace is simply to drag&drop the folders from the system file explorer into the Project Explorer view:

Importing Projects with Drag&Drop

Importing Projects with Drag&Drop

This feature is not present in every Eclipse distribution/version, but it is available in the NXP MCUXpresso IDE.

Otherwise use the menu File > Import Existing Projects into Workspace:

Import Existing Projects

Import Existing Projects

Happy Importing 🙂

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