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What exactly does "go into" a package do in Eclipse?
You are asking IDEA users, so it's probably better to describe it without reference to Eclipse...

On 05.05.2010 03:07, otnateos wrote:

I just recently used Intellij IDEA, how do i drill down into the package like "go into" in eclipse?
Thanks,

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Stephen Friedrich wrote:

What exactly does "go into" a package do in Eclipse?
You are asking IDEA users, so it's probably better to describe it without reference to Eclipse...

if i don't refer it to Eclipse how can all the people who just been converted to Intellij helps me to find solution

Anyway, I want to be able to drill down to specific package so my project view shows me only specific folder that i am interested in. E.g.

module
  |- src
       |- package1
       |- package2
       |- package....
       |- package100

rather than showing the whole tree structure, I want to be able to see only package 67 (example). so the project shows

package67
   |- class67_1
   |- class67_2
   |- class67_...
   |- class67_100

in Eclipse you can "right-click" then choose "go into" which will perform what i want. and I cannot find the similar way in IDEA. so is there such functionality ? or can someone share some trick or whatever

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Check out Scopes. You can define as many scopes as you want in a project with different file sets included/excluded in each scope. File/Settings/Scopes. You can also use Commander for an alternate view.

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thanks for that the commander view is nicely working for me and the scope is similar to Eclipse's "working set"

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