问题描述:

I have some Android projects using CVS in eclipse. Long time ago when the projects were added, the bin-folder was added too. This has become more and more annoying and I would like to remove it, but how?

My attemps so far:

  1. Right-clicking the bin folder and selecting Team->Add to .cvsignore is grayed out. I guess this only works when the file is new.

  2. Deactivating the Project->Build Automatically, then delete the bin folder and then Commit the changes makes eclipse say: "Nothing to commit". My idea was then to activate Build Automatically again and add the new bin folder to .cvsignore.

Any ideas? If there are any suggestions circumvent eclipse I am open to that also. I have access to the server. But I'd prefer using eclipse to avoid conflicts.

网友答案:

This is a "feature" of CVS. You'll need to physically remove bin from the CVS server file system in order to make it "forget" about that folder (be careful whenever mucking around with the filesystem of a CVS server!). You may then need to re-check-out the project in Eclipse (although I've seen it work with and without that last step).

网友答案:

You can only ignore files that don't exist on the CVS server at all. Could bin somehow be in the .cvsignore file as well as on the server?

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