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Problem with importing EMFT JET Transformation Project [message #11276] Tue, 11 December 2007 04:51 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by:


First thanks a lot for the great SVN client.I like it very very much:)

Now I have a problem when importing a EMFT JET Transformation Project.

At the initialization, there are three .java files (eg. ",") which are generated by jet engine according to the .jet
file in "templates" directory(eg. "dump.jet, main.jet"). When I
"Team->Share Project->...", the three .java files are not in the commit
list. And when I manually "Team->Add to version control", I saw the file
is initially "Ignored" in Content column.

Although only .jet files is enough, but I don't know how they are ignored
and how to configure this ignore list. And I still want to make the
generated .java files default to be imported. Can anyone help me to solve
this problem? Thanks very much.

Eclipse 3.2.2
Subversion 1.4.5 r25188 installed on the same computer
JET 0.7.3.v20070504
Re: Problem with importing EMFT JET Transformation Project [message #11314 is a reply to message #11276] Thu, 13 December 2007 11:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by:

Hi Roy,

As I understend all these files are "derivied resources", i.e. generated
by Eclipse. So, the Eclipse platform guidlines recommends to always ignore
derivied resources and do not add these resources to the version control:

* A derived resource is a regular file or folder that is
* created in the course of translating, compiling, copying, or otherwise
* processing other files. Derived resources are not original data, and
can be
* recreated from other resources. It is commonplace to exclude derived
* resources from version and configuration management because they would
* otherwise clutter the team repository with version of these
* files as each user regenerates them.

According to this guidelines Subversive automatically ignores derivied
resources. The only way to make derivied resources versioned is manually
add these resources to version control.
Re: Problem with importing EMFT JET Transformation Project [message #11350 is a reply to message #11314] Fri, 14 December 2007 04:50 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by:

hi Alexander,

Thanks very much :) This exactly solved my problem.

Here I has a suggestion.

Maybe new eclipse version control system client users like me will be
confused by the default behavior. As for me, because I don't know why some
files are initially ignored, I'am afraid that some important files will be
also initially ignored accidentally when I import a large project.This
misunderstanding discouraged me a lot.

So I think in Commit Dialog a message that tell users the ignoring
mechanism and a additional list that shows the ignored files would help a
lot :)

Again thank you very much!

Best Regards,
Roy Chong
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