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Re: [Subclipse-users] issue with .project

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-08 20:21:23 CEST

"Yaroslav Bulatov" <yaroslavvb@gmail.com> wrote on 08/08/2006 02:16:56 PM:

> I've committed a Java Eclipse project, now when I load it using
> Subclipse from another computer, it won't let me use "New Project
> Wizard" because .project is present. But .project loaded doesn't seem
> to work correctly. None of the build paths are loaded, and the new
> project doesn't even look like a Java project
> So I have to create another project using "New Project Wizard" and use
> the source loaded by Subclipse
> So is there perhaps a way to exclude .project from being committed to
> SVN repository?

It sounds like you did not commit the .classpath file. That file contains
the build path stuff.

Generaly, you WANT to commit these files if possible. But if you do not
want to commit them, just don't. It is not hidden from you what is being

Also, the file can be deleted right from the SVN Repositories view if you
want it out of the repository. If you do this, the Eclipse people that
update will have their .project file deleted though. So be prepared.


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