On 8/2/05, Miha Vitorovic <email@example.com> wrote:
> Oli Glimmer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 02.08.2005 13:31:58:
> > Hi,
> > I'm working with Eclipse + WebToolsPlatform (WTP) + Subclipse. The WTP
> > creates a folder called ".deployables" where all compiled classes and
> > all web resources are copied to.
> > The problem is that all .svn directories and files are copied there too.
> > If I "Update" the project the ".deployables" folder gets totally out
> > of sync and therefor I have to clean the project after each "Update".
> Hi Oli,
> Have you tried adding".deployables" to "Window / Preferences / Team /
> Ignored Resources" list? Because it sounds to me, like you don't need to
> do version control on those directories?
.deployables was already added (I don't know who is adding this, but it was)
I think the problem is not, that the directory should not version
controlled, it is more that version control files (in this case .svn
directory) should not be copied to .deployables. For java source files
this can be set through exclude, but not for web resources like
jsp,xml,html and stuff.
I also added to Preferences/Java/Compiler/Building/Output Folder .svn.
Received on Tue Aug 2 21:48:21 2005