|Project build breaks from recursive "target/classes" directory [message #1750981]
||Tue, 03 January 2017 11:55
| Todd Shore
Registered: January 2017
I'm trying to build a basic Java Eclipse project derived from a Maven POM, which has a single other Eclipse project in the same workspace as a dependency. However (for as yet unknown reasons), the project can no longer be built, with the following error marker:|
The project was not built due to "Could not delete '/tangrams/target/classes/target'.". Fix the problem, then try refreshing this project and building it since it may be inconsistent
When I examine the $PROJECT\target directory, it in fact seems to be made of (nearly-)infinite recursive target\classes subdirectories, e.g. target\classes\target\classes\target\classes\target\classes; What is going on here?
Moreover, if I try to delete the $PROJECT\target directory using the Windows explorer, I get the following error message:
Could not find this item
This is no longer located in ...
Verify the item's location and try again.
- Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
- Eclipse JEE Neon.1a Release (4.6.1), Build id: 20161007-1200
- Maven runtime 3.3.9/220.127.116.1160603-1931 embedded in Eclipse
- JDK 1.8.0_112 (64-bit)
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