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RE: Java build directory

From: Simon McClenahan <smcclenahan_at_healthcompartners.com>
Date: 2004-04-23 17:59:37 CEST

When I try to export a project src directory as a jar (classes and resources), each .svn directory and 5 resource files are included. How do I get Eclipse to ignore .svn directories when doing an export?
In my package explorer I see all the intermediate package names in the src directory, but they show up as empty. It looks like it's detecting the .svn resources, but not displaying them. See screenshot below

-----Original Message-----
From: Simon McClenahan
Sent: Friday, April 16, 2004 3:53 PM
To: Subclipse Users (E-mail)
Subject: Java build directory

I'm using Eclipse 3.0M7, latest Subclipse. I have a Java project with a src working copy directory. The Java Builder is building to a bin directory. What seems to happen is that the .svn dirs are being copied over to the bin directory as resource files. This confuses TortoiseSVN and I also get some duplicate resource warnings when the project is built.

The way to ignore the .svn directory is to change the Java, Compiler, Build Path, Filtered Resources property (in 3.0M7). See my screenshot. Is it possible to have the plugin make this change when it is installed?


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