This snippet searches for all files of the current directory that match the name parameter *.* (so you could e.g. search for all .css files with -name “*.css”). The result is displayed with grep – using the nice color-highlighting.
This is especially useful for remove access on linux machines or other unix-based devices.
Problem: Migrate a Eclipse general project to a Eclipse Java project
You have a Eclipse project, which contains Java code – but you didn’t set it up as a Java project when you created or checked out this project. So since Eclipse doesn’t allow you to change the project type inside the Gui, you are stucked.
Solution: add the java nature
Close your project.
Open your project file (which is located in your root directory of the appropriate project) called .project with your default editor. Search for
and change it to
Save the changed file.