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Re: Problem with WSAD 5.1.2

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-02 15:09:01 CET

"Steve Martin" <steve.martin.2@hewitt.com> wrote on 02/01/2006 11:41:44

> I am having a problem using Tortoise SVN (or maybe subversion) with WSAD
> My source files are setup as follows (which I believe is standard):
> /myproject
> /JavaSource
> /com
> /mypackage
> /WebContent
> /jsps
> /classes
> /mypackage
> /lib
> /config
> The JavaSource gets compiled by WSAD under WEB-INF/classes.
> Something then creates some (it doesn't seem like all) .svn files in the
> INF/classes/... directories.
> This causes Subversion/Tortoise to think that they are being versioned
and is
> mapping them to the original JavaSource directory. They then show up in
> commit dialog.

The problem is that the Eclipse build process is copying the .svn folders
into the build folders which leads to problems. If you installed
Subclipse, even if you mostly used TortoiseSVN, this would stop happening.
 You might also be able to fix it by adding ".svn" to the list of Ignored
Resources in the Eclipse preferences. I think you need to have Subclipse
installed though, and also have the project associated with Subclipse.
This then causes Eclipse to know that those folders belong to a Team
Provider and to not touch them.


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