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Re: [subversive-dev] How does subversive stop .svn folders from being copied by the Java Builder?

OK, I think I made some headway, at least in figuring out how its supposed to
be done.

Found this info:

I recon that must be the mechanism subversive team provider is using to mark .svn 
folders as 'do not copy' for the Java builder.

If that's the case, now all I need to figure out is why subversive isn't doing this *before* the Java builder already copied some of the .svn folders to the output folder.


----- Original Message -----
> Hi all,
> Hopefully this is the right place for my question, because I've been
> banging my head against a problem which may be a subversive bug, or
> it may (more likely :-) be something stupid that I myself did in an
> import wizard I implemented for the Gradle STS tooling.
> See here for some background:
> Trying to get to the bottom of this yesterday, I spent quite a bit of
> time not really getting anywhere.
> What I need to know to make some headway debugging this, is how does
> subversive stop the Java builder from copying .svn folders into the
> output folder? I know there's some mechanism in place that does
> this, and normally it does work, just in the bug reported above, it
> sometimes doesn't and I can't figure out why not. I'm somewhat
> hampered by the fact that I don't know where to look for this
> mechanism.
> If someone could point me to the right place in the subversive code
> base that implements this filtering mechanism I can spend some more
> time with the debugger to try to get to the bottom of it.
> Any help much appreciated.
> Cheers,
> Kris
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