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Migrating Code to New Laptop

My team recently got a laptop upgrade and we used Java Eclipse Neon on our old machine. I went to the Eclipse website and downloaded the newest version of eclipse on our new machine and tried exporting the code and importing it onto the new computer but when I imported the code it now has lots of errors. I am not sure if there is something else I need to transfer as well. All help is much appreciated!
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Re: Migrating Code to New Laptop

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My team recently got a laptop upgrade and we used Java Eclipse Neon on our old machine. I went to the Eclipse website and downloaded the newest version of eclipse on our new machine and tried exporting the code and importing it onto the new computer but when I imported the code it now has lots of errors. I am not sure if there is something else I need to transfer as well. All help is much appreciated!
There's a few things you'll want to consider:
  • Eclipse is not the IDE that will be supported in 2019. I suggest working on migrating to VS Code.
  • If you decide to stick with Eclipse, you will need to make sure that you're following the Screen Steps documentation and install the WPILib plugins.
  • If you're using the Talon library that CTRE provides, you'll need to install that too.
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Re: Migrating Code to New Laptop

Thanks so much for the info!
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Re: Migrating Code to New Laptop

Going along with the 2019 change to VS Code that Brennon mentioned, this page in screensteps should be useful for importing your project from Eclipse into VS Code easily.

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