Mark Phippard a écrit :
> On 7/31/07, dju` <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Mark Phippard a écrit :
>>> On 7/31/07, dju` <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>> Is there any way to make eclipse hide svn:ignored files from views (like
>>>> the C/C++ project view) ? It would be great to have an entry like
>>>> "Subversion ignored items" in the filters window.
>>> Ignored items are typically just file patterns and I imagine Eclipse
>>> has an option to enter your own patterns for filters. AFAIK, Eclipse
>>> does not provide a filter for the Ignored Resources list in the Team
>> Would it be a good example of a feature request ?
> I am not against entering it in our issue tracker. I do think you
> should try to better articulate the problem and value a bit more, and
> also explain why we are the best place to solve this, as opposed to
> CDT. If there are a bunch of files in a CDT project that you do not
> want to see, it seems like ought to come with the filters to do that
> rather than rely on a specific version control solution. Ideally,
> Eclipse would have some generic view filtering system we could
> contribute to, but my recollection of these filters are that they are
> tied to the view, which means there is no way to do this without a CDT
> dependency, so it probably needs to be done in a new plug-in.
I intesively make use of the svn:ignore property to exclude generated
files from version control. When I add a given file to svn:ignore, using
Subclipse or any other svn client, I'd like to see the file disappear
from every views in Eclipse, even those supplied by plugins (like
CDT...). I find a bit restrictive to add the filename a second time in
the exclude filter pattern, for each view, and keep it synchronized with
every svn:ignore. Furthermore, the exclude pattern is far less flexible
because it applies to every directory of every project.
I'd rather see a check box "svn:ignored files" in the exclude window,
among ".*", "Archives files", etc. I hope these entries are not tied to
a view, and hope you can add such an entry in the menu that would appear
for every view once the subclipse plugin is installed.
Can you add this on your issue tracker please ?
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Received on Wed Aug 1 14:58:42 2007