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Excluding files/folders from problem marking [message #491730] Thu, 15 October 2009 15:17 Go to next message
David Kerber is currently offline David KerberFriend
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In my workspace project folders, I have a folder I call "old code",
which is directly under the project folder (same level as WebContent).
That's where I save off stuff that I don't think I need, but am not
ready to delete yet. How can I exclude that folder from showing
warnings and errors in the "Problems" tab? I guess I need to exclude it
from compiling, but can't find where to set that.

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Re: Excluding files/folders from problem marking [message #491735 is a reply to message #491730] Thu, 15 October 2009 15:33 Go to previous message
David Kerber is currently offline David KerberFriend
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My apologies for posting this in the wrong group.


In article <MPG.254107014ae8c4eb9896f5@news.eclipse.org>,
ns_dkerber@ns_WarrenRogersAssociates.com says...
> In my workspace project folders, I have a folder I call "old code",
> which is directly under the project folder (same level as WebContent).
> That's where I save off stuff that I don't think I need, but am not
> ready to delete yet. How can I exclude that folder from showing
> warnings and errors in the "Problems" tab? I guess I need to exclude it
> from compiling, but can't find where to set that.
>
>

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