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Ignored Resources ignored? [message #27308] Fri, 01 August 2008 09:31 Go to next message
Adam Lucarz is currently offline Adam Lucarz
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi,

I have installed Subversive 0.7.1.I20080612-1500 and Eclipse Ganymede on
my computer. Everything works fine excepting the ignored resources. I
have one project in the svn which holds all data including several
eclipse java projects. So I had to add "bin" to the ignored resources to
exclude these directories from version control. But that does not work.
After the recompilation of the projects the bin directory is added to
the version control and all subdirectories and files are marked with a
red exclamation. After a restart of eclipse and a svn re-synchronize
everythinkg is fine, until the next recompilation.

Has someone a hint if that is a misconfiguration or a bug?

Greetings
Adam
Re: Ignored Resources ignored? [message #27762 is a reply to message #27308] Fri, 01 August 2008 10:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: alexander.gurov.polarion.org

Hello Adam,

> I have installed Subversive 0.7.1.I20080612-1500 and Eclipse Ganymede on
> my computer. Everything works fine excepting the ignored resources. I
> have one project in the svn which holds all data including several
> eclipse java projects. So I had to add "bin" to the ignored resources to
> exclude these directories from version control. But that does not work.
Did you have "bin" folder already committed to the source control or not
(if so, "bin" folder should be decorated with the orange "barrel")? In
that case you should first remove "bin" folder from the repository in
order to allows svn:ignore processing for it.

Also Subversive provides feature which allows to automatically exclude
output folder from the commit set. This feature is called "JDT Ignore
Extensions (Optional) (Incubation)" and it also works only if output
folder is not under source control.

P.S.
In my environment (after installing of the JDT Ignore feature) I haven't
any problems with the output folders ignoring even if I have no "bin"
folder specified in the svn:ignore property.
Re: Ignored Resources ignored? [message #27839 is a reply to message #27762] Fri, 01 August 2008 10:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Adam Lucarz is currently offline Adam Lucarz
Messages: 518
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Alexander,

the "bin" folders are not committed to the svn and the mentioned "JDT
Ignore Extensions" is also installed. I cannot add the several bin
folders explicit by the contextmenu in the team perspective because the
bin folder is not shown. Additionally, it has already a .svn folder in
the bin folder. I guess that the red exclamations are a consequence of
the fact that the bin folders are not in the repository but has datas in
the .svn folder. And I have already checked out everything more than one
times from the scratch to check synchronization failures.
Another point is, that the bin folder is ignored if I delete the proper
..svn folder until the next recompilation.

Any suggestions what I could check? Or what went wrong?

Adam

Alexander Gurov schrieb:
> Hello Adam,
>
>> I have installed Subversive 0.7.1.I20080612-1500 and Eclipse Ganymede
>> on my computer. Everything works fine excepting the ignored resources.
>> I have one project in the svn which holds all data including several
>> eclipse java projects. So I had to add "bin" to the ignored resources
>> to exclude these directories from version control. But that does not
>> work.
> Did you have "bin" folder already committed to the source control or not
> (if so, "bin" folder should be decorated with the orange "barrel")? In
> that case you should first remove "bin" folder from the repository in
> order to allows svn:ignore processing for it.
>
> Also Subversive provides feature which allows to automatically exclude
> output folder from the commit set. This feature is called "JDT Ignore
> Extensions (Optional) (Incubation)" and it also works only if output
> folder is not under source control.
>
> P.S.
> In my environment (after installing of the JDT Ignore feature) I haven't
> any problems with the output folders ignoring even if I have no "bin"
> folder specified in the svn:ignore property.
>
Re: Ignored Resources ignored? [message #27879 is a reply to message #27839] Fri, 01 August 2008 10:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: alexander.gurov.polarion.org

It looks like you use external build process which copies existsing .svn
folders from the source folders to the corresponding output folders (I
think in this way because built-in Eclipse builder ignores team private
resources like .svn). This mean that in order to avoid the problem you
should exclude .svn folders from your build process.
Re: Ignored Resources ignored? [message #27998 is a reply to message #27879] Fri, 01 August 2008 11:54 Go to previous message
Adam Lucarz is currently offline Adam Lucarz
Messages: 518
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi,

that seems to be the hint which I was needed. I will give a try with
that. Thank you.

Adam

Alexander Gurov schrieb:
> It looks like you use external build process which copies existsing .svn
> folders from the source folders to the corresponding output folders (I
> think in this way because built-in Eclipse builder ignores team private
> resources like .svn). This mean that in order to avoid the problem you
> should exclude .svn folders from your build process.
>
>
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