Pin Eclipse Juno to Windows 7 Taskbar

It‘ just a simple step. You need to add the following lines to the eclipse.ini

C:/Program Files/Java/jre7/bin

Of cause you have to user your JRE path.

Now you can pin eclipse like any other application to the windows 7 taskbar

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  • bla sagt:

    the “–vm” argument has to be the very first line in eclipse.ini or Eclipse will complain a big error dialog that says the Java VM could not be found and refuse to start!!!

  • Oliver sagt:

    Thank you very much! Other posts never explained that the path has to be set in the next line. Now it finally worked.

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