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Re: [Subclipse-dev] Problem with decorators

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-20 17:53:21 CEST

Pierre Frisch <pierre.frisch@spearway.com> wrote on 09/20/2006 11:40:22
AM:

> Thank you Mark, this was a brilliant suggestion. They were not meant
> to be connected in the first place so I never though about
> disconnecting them, but that did the trick. I am not sure what that
> command does exactly so may be you can shed some light? Does it write
> something in the directory of the project?

It just removes the association of the project with Subclipse. Since
Eclipse 3.1, we have had a feature that auto-shares a project when it is
added to the workspace (if the project is managed by .svn). Perhaps we
should make this a preference. Then you could turn it off and when these
projects get added they would not be shared by default.

One problem I did see with this approach is that since the files are not
shared, the ".svn" folders get copied to the bin folder by the Eclipse
build process. This causes some mild problems that can be worked around
fairly easily.

Mark

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