|Subversion hidden files in "Open Resource" [message #336639]
||Thu, 25 June 2009 13:32
| Dan Smith
Registered: July 2009
I have a Java project that contains sources referenced with "Link Source". |
These sources are maintained (externally) with Subversion, so for every
Foo.java file there are two corresponding Foo.java.svn-base files nested
in a hidden ".svn" directory. When I do "Open Resource", I do not want to
see these files.
What I've tried:
- Added an exclusion filter to the source entry on the build path.
- Applied the ".*" filter in the "Navigator" view.
- Installed Subversive, hoping it would have some built-in filtering
capability bundled with it.
- Rebuilt the project from scratch (after installing Subversive).
Despite all this, the unwanted files still show up in "Open Resource". Is
there any way to hide them?
(I'm using Galileo under Ubuntu 9.04.)
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