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Re: .svn dirs copied to output during build (with solution)

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2005-05-01 22:01:23 CEST

On Apr 30, 2005, at 8:48 PM, Ingo Adler wrote:

> Matt Doran wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I've noticed a something annoying with our SVN managed project in
>> Eclipse 3.0.1 (with Subclipse 0.9.30). When Eclipse to does a
>> rebuild, it not only compiles the java classes, but it copies
>> other resources to the output directories (in our case "target
>> \classes"). I guess this is handy for things like *.properties
>> files, but it also copies across the ".svn" dirs. Not only does
>> this slow the build process considerably, it also confuses
>> TortoiseSVN into thinking the output dirs are a working copy.
> I have the same problem too - in some installations. There are
> installations which work without setting this property. I haven't
> figured out a rule yet.
> It seems to be a bug. I think Subclipse should handle this.
> Ingo

You can stop this by adjusting the Java build settings. In 3.1M6 go
to Preferences->Java->Compiler->Building. Expand the "Output folder"
settings. There you will see an edit box for "Filtered resources"
Add ".svn" there and you are done.

Received on Mon May 2 06:01:23 2005

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