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A little utility for Mac OS X that adds a Open Workspace menu entry which when activated opens the selected workspace in a new Eclipse instance. In addition Eclipse instance icons get a badge with the workspace name. This can be set in Preferences > General > Workspace. If unspecified the last segment of the workspace path will be used.
Since the 2.0 version one can use the Advanced... menu item that allows you to specify launch options when opening a new workspace. Using this you can for example easily debug a new instance of the running IDE without creating a launch configuration.
Note that OS X 10.6 or newer is required as this feature relies on the open command's ability to pass on arguments. Eclipse IDE 3.7+ and Java 1.7 or better is also required.
Issues are reported in GitHub and comments go to @torkildr.
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Submitted by Chris Liotta on December 11, 2014 - 14:36
This plugin has stopped working after upgrading to OSX Yosemite. Anyone else having this issue?
Submitted by Torkild Resheim [Itema AS] on December 13, 2014 - 11:46
This issue is tracked at https://github.com/turesheim/eclipse-utilities/issues/5259
Submitted by Torkild Resheim [Itema AS] on December 17, 2014 - 16:12
In the new 2.0 version some code was introduced that required Java 1.7 instead of 1.6 as before. Make sure Java 1.7 or newer is used for Eclipse if you're also using this plugin. If you're on Luna you should also be on at least 1.7 since most bundles require this.
Submitted by Mario Toffia on September 19, 2014 - 03:24
Upgraded to luna and this wonderful plugin still works as a charm!! :) - Thanks for a great plugin!
Submitted by Ingrid Nunes on April 24, 2014 - 20:06
I just migrated to a mac, and not being able to open multiple eclipse instances was a problem to me. This plugin is very useful, solves this problem perfectly. Just what I needed!
Submitted by Robert Youngman on November 22, 2013 - 13:49
Will be telling everyone on my team about this plugin
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