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Re: [pdt-dev] Hiding system files from navigator

Hi Shachar,

thanks for the prompt reply, it works like a charm!

I also have an issue regarding the use of the PHP Outline feature. All the core methods used by our project are stored in a dedicated file. The same applies to l10n strings that are stored in a language package as constants.

Is there a way to have a project-wide outline, so that code assist functionality draws phpdoc definitions from the above files, no matter what file I'm currently editing? I've tried to use Include Paths but this didn't really help.
I'm not sure whether this (project-wide code assist) is how the PHP Outline is supposed to work.


Best,
Dario


On 4 Jul 2007, at 13:44, Shachar Ben-Zeev wrote:

You should use the "PHP Explorer" view which hides these files by default.

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From: pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pdt-dev- bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dario Taraborelli
Sent: Wednesday, July 04, 2007 3:41 PM
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Subject: [pdt-dev] Hiding system files from navigator


Hi,

I've recently switched to PDT after using PhpEclipse for a long time.
So far I'm quite happy, but I have a (possibly silly) issue with the
Eclipse configuration files.

Since I've installed PDT, I see 2 folders and 2 files holding project-
specific settings under Navigator:

.cache
.settings
.project
.projectOptions

Is there a way to:
- hide these files/folders from the Eclipse navigator;
- prevent Eclipse from exporting them when using Export > File System

I'm running on Eclipse 3.3 with PDT 1.0.

Best,
Dario


-- Dario Taraborelli Wikka Development Team http://wikkawiki.org