score:34

Accepted answer

if the full path (as shown in the other answer) is to long, then you can use window -> preferences -> general -> workspace -> workspace name instead to set a self defined label for each workspace, which is then shown prominently in the title bar.

score:0

you can use

window -> preferences -> general -> workspace -> workspace name

or from toolbar

file-> switch workspace -> other

whatever the path is showing in that pop window, that is your current path.

as @samuel told , you can add

-showlocation

in your eclipse.ini also

score:1

edit: just right click on the project and then go to properties,it will show you the full path your project is located. also if you have juno ,search for "workspace" go to "workspace name (show in windows title ) and add a text like "workspace 1" and it will show you the workspace you are working at the task bar

score:2

add -showlocation to the eclipse.ini file located inside the eclipse folder or add in shortcut like below screen shot (right click on eclicpse icon-go to shortcut tab, add -showlocation in target field)

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score:4

go to eclipse, window -> preferences -> general -> workspace -> select the checkbox for "show workspace path in window title"

score:15

try to add the option

-showlocation

in you eclipse.ini or in the command line when you launch eclipse.

the workspace location will appear in the window title bar.


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