Resolution: Won't Fix
Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: 1.0
Run `gradle eclipse` against the latest gradle sources.
Notice that a .classpath and .project file are created in the root directory.
Notice also that .classpath and .project files are created for each project in the 'subprojects' directory.
Upon trying to import gradle projects into Eclipse, the top-level .project file 'hides' the nested project files.
The user is forced to remove the root .classpath and .project manually.
They are unnecessary and should not ever be created.