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Re: Red exclamation points

From: Chris <shef31_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-07-13 04:24:14 CEST

> Did you accidentally move one of the hidden .svn directories? Be careful about
> them. This could be the reason they Subversion thinks there should be .java
> files... Also check which URL is shown in the Subversion tab in Explorer
> Properties. If it is not what you expected it could indicate that there is a
> .svn directory in the wrong place in your working copy.

Aha! You found the problem.

The problem is that I'm using Eclipse for development, and for some
unknown reason it copies all files to the /bin directory when you're
doing a compile, not just the .class files. It was copying the .svn

For those who are curious, the setting to control it in Eclipse is
Window/Preferences/Java/Compiler/Building/Output folder/Filtered
Resources. Set it to '*'.


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Received on Thu Jul 13 04:24:33 2006

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