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icon5.gif  Linked resorces folders and Web Project [message #503163] Fri, 11 December 2009 04:06 Go to next message
Ildar  is currently offline Ildar
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Hello. I created a folder is "Link to folder in the file system"(with marking of corresponding checkbox in wizzard) in Web project. That folder had *.html files. Then I opened it in the Project Explorer view any inner folder of that folder and Eclipse core began to run any tasks(may be validation of *.html files). After this that inner folder was added to project by environment also(I saw .project file, there was new linked folder). But I didn't want this! It's very bad if linked folder has many inner folders.
Please, how can I avoid this behaviour?
Thanx.

[Updated on: Thu, 10 December 2009 23:06]

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Re: Linked resorces folders and Web Project [message #503166 is a reply to message #503163] Fri, 11 December 2009 04:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ildar  is currently offline Ildar
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Also Eclipse version is 3.4, was downloaded at this summer, with added JBoss plugins.
Thanks.
Re: Linked resorces folders and Web Project [message #503240 is a reply to message #503163] Fri, 11 December 2009 09:46 Go to previous message
David Carver is currently offline David Carver
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I guess I'm not following, do you not want those HTML files to be validated? If so, you can setup some exclusion rules in the HTML validator for that specific project.
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