|Can't seem to exclude files via resource filters in subdirectories [message #1702231]
||Mon, 20 July 2015 20:49
| Steve Fatula
Registered: July 2015
For the life of me, I cannot get this to work.|
I have a directory structure of:
I tell Eclipse to Include project relative path hot-deploy, this works and shows up all subdirectories and code as well, even though I did not check "All Children". No issue here.
Note, in the directory hot-deploy, there is not only the directory company, there is a bunch of files, tons of them, and I want to exclude *all* of them.
Seems like all I should have to do is something like exclude files via project relative path hot-deploy/*, but nope. Simply hot-deploy does not work either. Tried location with full path, nope. Tried many variations, but, none of them ever get rid of a single file at all, unless I exclude * and say recurse of course, in which case all my files go away which is not what I want.
I simply want to exclude all files in relative directory hot-deploy. It seems to "work" if I also check the box to recursion, unfortunately, that has the side effect of also removing files in subdirectories of hot-deploy, which is not what I want to do.
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