If you make sure that protoc's output directory is in Eclipse's source path,
Eclipse should pick it up.  You may have to right-click on the project and
choose "refresh" whenever you regenerate it.

On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 2:48 PM, Sean <sean.bigdata...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have a example.proto which will generate example.java.
>
> Here is what I want to achieve:
>
> 1) I want to organize my directory like the following...
> project |
>           --build.xml
>           --/src/*java  (all java code I wrote, one of the java file
> needs to "import com.mycompany.proto.example" to achieve its logic)
>           --/proto/example.proto  (the proto definition file)
>           --/lib/*.jar  (the dependent third party jar)
>
> 2) I want to delete the generated file each time when I "ant clean".
>
> 3) I do not want to manually import example.java each time I launch
> eclipse.
>    (But eclipse can't resolve "import com.mycompany.proto.example" if
> I do not do so)
>
> Can someone share any experience?
>
> Thanks,
>
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