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Avoid recompiling all source files after changing project properties [message #1794632] Tue, 04 September 2018 08:51
Oskar Berger is currently offline Oskar BergerFriend
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When I modify the project properties and then issue the "build all" command, all source files of the project seem to get compiled again, although this is not necessary in all cases, and can be very time-consuming (in my project and environment, it lasts about 30 minutes).

How can I make eclipse refrain from this behavior? It should still compile the source files which have been changed, but not every source file, when the project properties have been changed.
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