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Eclipse "Add to .cvsignore"

Posted on 2004-10-21
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
i'm using eclipse to work on a project that are on cvs. I'm suprised, that work very well, except now i want my .class files and others files to don't be into the cvs repository. So i suppose i have to use the command "Team -> Add to .cvsignore", but thit command is always disable... how can i do this or why is it disable?

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ID: 12371070
someone asking me on antoher forum, it's because the file was on cvs repository so i had to delete it

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ID: 12371177
it wasn't this, my class file wasn't on the cvs server but each time i compile i saw my .class file into my package explorer and didn't want to see it

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ID: 12371283
ok, its not the right problem, i want to see only certain type of file into the package explorer for this project (or only cvs file)

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Gunt earned 200 total points
ID: 12389850
To filter files in the package explorer, just add a filter. You do this by clicking on the little triangle in the package explorer bar and then option filters.

In the Eclipse configuration, under CVS, you can add filename patterns to ignore in CVS synchronization.

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ID: 12401974
thx a lot

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