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From lacton <>
Subject Re: buildr and eclipse : .class files
Date Tue, 08 Feb 2011 20:09:09 GMT
I haven't used buildr with Eclipse for a long time, but IIRC they used to
coexist peacefully. Any idea what has changed?

Could you provide a minimal use case that I could use to reproduce the
issue? I'd like to understand the root cause.



On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 11:31 AM, Jean-Philippe Caruana <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm using buildr 1.4.4 with eclipse.
> I do generate my eclipse files with buildr eclipse and it works fine.
> But it seems to me that .class files are completely different when eclipse
> compiles and when buildr compiles. It becomes a problem when I want to use
> the incremental build : I have a lot a compilation errors under buildr (when
> I change an API) and I have to make "buildr clean test" every time. It's
> like working with maven again :-(
> My question is : is it possible to have eclipse compile its classes in
> another directory than buildr's ? I don't want an eclipse hack, but a buildr
> way of doing it.
> Thanks
> -- Jean-Philippe Caruana
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