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opposite of landmark? [message #56799] Tue, 26 August 2008 19:02 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: noah.roberts.eng-software.com

I'm working with a cmake project. I have my sources and then a "build"
directory that has all the build crap and is where the executable shows up.

Sometimes when I build or do stuff (not sure what triggers it) the build
directory shows up in my context. I'd like to make it so that it's
exactly the opposite of a landmark in that it NEVER shows up in my
context. To view it or the contents I have to use the alt-click or turn
off filtering.

Is there a way to do this?
Re: opposite of landmark? [message #57401 is a reply to message #56799] Tue, 09 September 2008 13:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Steffen Pingel is currently offline Steffen Pingel
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Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
New or changed files are added to the context when the folder is refreshed.
Your build might trigger this when it completes.

Have you tried setting a filter for the view to not show the build
directory? JDT for instance contributes filters for class files and
directories that contain build artifacts (like the bin/ directory for
plug-ins).

Steffen


Noah Roberts wrote:

> I'm working with a cmake project. I have my sources and then a "build"
> directory that has all the build crap and is where the executable shows
> up.
>
> Sometimes when I build or do stuff (not sure what triggers it) the build
> directory shows up in my context. I'd like to make it so that it's
> exactly the opposite of a landmark in that it NEVER shows up in my
> context. To view it or the contents I have to use the alt-click or turn
> off filtering.
>
> Is there a way to do this?
Re: opposite of landmark? [message #57625 is a reply to message #57401] Wed, 10 September 2008 11:48 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: noah.roberts.eng-software.com

Steffen Pingel wrote:
> New or changed files are added to the context when the folder is refreshed.
> Your build might trigger this when it completes.
>
> Have you tried setting a filter for the view to not show the build
> directory? JDT for instance contributes filters for class files and
> directories that contain build artifacts (like the bin/ directory for
> plug-ins).

How would I go about that? I tried various menus and property windows
but see nothing that would do what you describe.
>
> Steffen
>
>
> Noah Roberts wrote:
>
>> I'm working with a cmake project. I have my sources and then a "build"
>> directory that has all the build crap and is where the executable shows
>> up.
>>
>> Sometimes when I build or do stuff (not sure what triggers it) the build
>> directory shows up in my context. I'd like to make it so that it's
>> exactly the opposite of a landmark in that it NEVER shows up in my
>> context. To view it or the contents I have to use the alt-click or turn
>> off filtering.
>>
>> Is there a way to do this?
>
Re: opposite of landmark? [message #593088 is a reply to message #56799] Tue, 09 September 2008 13:25 Go to previous message
Steffen Pingel is currently offline Steffen Pingel
Messages: 706
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
New or changed files are added to the context when the folder is refreshed.
Your build might trigger this when it completes.

Have you tried setting a filter for the view to not show the build
directory? JDT for instance contributes filters for class files and
directories that contain build artifacts (like the bin/ directory for
plug-ins).

Steffen


Noah Roberts wrote:

> I'm working with a cmake project. I have my sources and then a "build"
> directory that has all the build crap and is where the executable shows
> up.
>
> Sometimes when I build or do stuff (not sure what triggers it) the build
> directory shows up in my context. I'd like to make it so that it's
> exactly the opposite of a landmark in that it NEVER shows up in my
> context. To view it or the contents I have to use the alt-click or turn
> off filtering.
>
> Is there a way to do this?
Re: opposite of landmark? [message #593178 is a reply to message #57401] Wed, 10 September 2008 11:48 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: noah.roberts.eng-software.com

Steffen Pingel wrote:
> New or changed files are added to the context when the folder is refreshed.
> Your build might trigger this when it completes.
>
> Have you tried setting a filter for the view to not show the build
> directory? JDT for instance contributes filters for class files and
> directories that contain build artifacts (like the bin/ directory for
> plug-ins).

How would I go about that? I tried various menus and property windows
but see nothing that would do what you describe.
>
> Steffen
>
>
> Noah Roberts wrote:
>
>> I'm working with a cmake project. I have my sources and then a "build"
>> directory that has all the build crap and is where the executable shows
>> up.
>>
>> Sometimes when I build or do stuff (not sure what triggers it) the build
>> directory shows up in my context. I'd like to make it so that it's
>> exactly the opposite of a landmark in that it NEVER shows up in my
>> context. To view it or the contents I have to use the alt-click or turn
>> off filtering.
>>
>> Is there a way to do this?
>
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