I am using eclipse out of the box. If you checkout into eclipse, having
your source in a designated folder, then compiling does this? Is this a
know issue with using subversion and eclipse together?
From: Erik Huelsmann [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 4:36 PM
To: Reynolds, Brad [contractor]
Subject: Re: Auto generating java files how to stop
On Dec 12, 2007 11:31 PM, Reynolds, Brad [contractor]
> I set up some subversion folders as follows
> - custom
> - source
> - com
> - classes
> - com
> Now, I have other files I had to add that are not version controlled,
> including class files that go in the classes folder. I am not version
> controlling the class files for my source. Those are being generated
> when I build.
> Why does subversion see my class files and then say that the java
> files are missing? This is SO lame. I thought subversion is just a
> folder, so why is it concerning itself with the fact that I don't have
> my source in the same folder? When I do an update, it pushes all my
> source files from "custom/src" to "WEB-INF/classes" next to the class
> files I generate when I compile. This is completely unasked for. I
> have no source in subversion under WEB-INF AT ALL.
> It's like it is looking at my folder structure and saying "Oh look,
> you have your source files up here. That must be a mistake, we'll
> duplicate them down here in this folder for you." It is creating all
> kinds of havoc and conflicts.
> What can I do?
Fix your build system instead of blame Subversion. Subversion doesn't do
anything it's not told to do. If your build system copies the source
files *and* the .svn directory in the source director, then it's your
build system creating this havoc.
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Received on Wed Dec 12 23:57:59 2007