I'm developing web appications (JSF, JSP, Servlets) using Eclipse 3.1.1.
Lately I'm using subversion as a repository for source and binary files
(.class). This way I'm able to auto-deploy the new versions to a test web
application server. My problem is, that there seems to be no way to commit
the output folder (WEB-INF/classes in my case) using subclipse. With
TortoiseSVN it is no problem at all. Subclipse either comes up with an "Work
copy not locked" error when a "Clean" command deleted the .svn folders in
the output path or doesn't recognize the changes if I leave the -svn folders
untouched by deactivating the "Scrub output folders when cleaning projects"
option in the Eclipse preferences.
I hope you can help me to use Subclipse for my tasks without falling back to
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