In this article, we will discuss how to clean projects in Eclipse IDE
1. To clean projects in Eclipse IDE :
- Go to Menu option –> Select Project –> click Clean…
- Note: The same can also be achieved by clicking CTRL + S (save) simultaneously in Eclipse IDE
Clicking Clean options in Eclipse IDE provides 2 options, which allows to select desired projects to be cleaned, as explained with screen-capture in the below examples.
2. Clean projects options in Eclipse IDE :
- Clean all projects –> cleans all projects in work-space
- Clean projects selected below –> cleans only one selected project using radio button
Q) What is the main functionality behind cleaning the projects ?
- It simply removes all .class
- Recompiles all Java files w.r.t Java projects
- And resolves any errors being shown with red-cross mark, if it’s appropriate type-dependency or reference-type are available
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