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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Problem with decorators

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-20 19:07:19 CEST

Manfred Klug <manklu@web.de> wrote on 09/20/2006 12:42:25 PM:

> > BTW, the same problem happens if you have an svn managed folder loaded

> > into a second project via the linked resources feature of Eclipse.
>
> Never heard of this feature. Give me a short description.

Suppose you have "Project1" in your workspace and this is managed by
Subclipse.

Now you have "Project2", a Java Project, might be managed by Subclipse,
might not. It doesn't matter for this. Bring up the Java Build
Properties for Project2. On the source tab, add a Linked source folder
from Project1. This feature lets you pull in arbitrary source to a
project. When the project is managed by Subclipse, it ignores these
resources, since they do fall into a normal working copy structure.

Anyway, if the folder you brought in, is a Subversion managed folder, then
it also has a .svn folder. In Project2, when this project is built, the
.svn folders are copied to the bin folder.

Mark

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