Split View in Eclipse

Select the file editor you want to split and choose “Window > New Editor”. Eclipse will open a new editor tab on the same file as you are currently editing. You can now drag and drop the new editor tab to the side of the editor pane where you want it. The two editor tabs will automatically stay synchronized.

  • very usefull info!
    thanks for the tip

  • very usefull info!
    thanks for the tip

  • Thanks for the tips 🙂

  • Thanks for the tips 🙂

  • I knew there had to be a way. Thanks for the tip!

  • I knew there had to be a way. Thanks for the tip!

  • Ofir

    At last!

    A split view - something that is so useful in emacs 🙂

  • Ofir

    At last!

    A split view - something that is so useful in emacs 🙂

  • Peter

    Thanks. It's very useful sometimes 😀

  • Peter

    Thanks. It's very useful sometimes 😀

  • Sriks

    This is really helpful for me.

    But when I close that two split windows, Then next time I could not able to split the windows...

    Any idea??

  • Sriks

    This is really helpful for me.

    But when I close that two split windows, Then next time I could not able to split the windows...

    Any idea??

  • Bryan Liu

    Thanks Bro
    It works. Thought it's not a option like in the IDEA.
    If they can make this as a option, that will be perfect.

  • Bryan Liu

    Thanks Bro
    It works. Thought it's not a option like in the IDEA.
    If they can make this as a option, that will be perfect.

  • Verge2kx

    Thanks man!

  • Rtkg

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  • Dont

    Nice 🙂 Thanks

  • giuseppe longo

    easy .... 😀 but NOW I now ...Thanks

  • Anonymous

    superb tip. Thanks.