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Re: Tricky problem

From: Rick Moore <ricmoore_at_sonalysts.com>
Date: 2004-08-31 17:37:10 CEST

On 31 Aug 2004 at 16:40, Michael Abele wrote:

> > I had the same (or a similar) problem. I use TortoiseSVN . I have
> placed an empty "classes" folder in the repository.
> > I then used TortoiseSVN (after a full build) & added the (newly
> created &
> > unversioned) "com" & "merge" folders to the SVN "ignore list". I
> haven't done so, but am sure that the svn ignore
> > command-line would accomplish the same thing.
> Are you sure that this works for the described problem? Jbuilder deletes
> the classes directory if you do a rebuild. If your classes directory is
> under version control this would cause the same problem or at least a
> remove of classes directory from repository!

Ah, yes, I guess you are right, in that case. Is there a build file
that JBuilder is using to delete the directory? If so you might be
able to modify it so it deletes only the things *below* the classes
directory. Sorry I misunderstood your problem.

But, on second thought, do you need the classes folder at all in the
repository then? Would running a clean/full build, then telling SVN
to ignore the entire "classes" folder (& *not* having it in the
repository) do what you need?

> Regards,
> Michael.

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