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From "Brad Davis (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (MNGECLIPSE-92) Build path for resource directories should be 'exclude all'
Date Fri, 24 Mar 2006 00:53:11 GMT
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Brad Davis commented on MNGECLIPSE-92:

While you can manually add a folder as a class path item for an individual debug or run configuration,
I don't know of any way to do so at the project level, short of adding an item to the build
path.  If you know of some way to get folders to to appear on the default classpath of a projects
debug config, other than what I'm doing, then that would be a solution.  

Of course my solution doesn't address a few other potential issues.  For instance, the resource
folders can have include / exclude settings in the pom, which can't be reflected in debugging
(all files in the resources path will be included instead of just the ones specified by the
pom).  Another issue I'm hitting is that there's no way to order the test and non test resources
to suit all circumstances.  For instance, if I have an identically named file in both places,
one with a DB connection used for the junit test, another with another DB setting, then one
of them will always come first in debug and run configurations, regardless of whether I want
to test or do debugging against the production DB.  I don't know how to address this stuff
at all right now.

> Build path for resource directories should be 'exclude all'
> -----------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: MNGECLIPSE-92
>          URL:
>      Project: Maven 2.x Extension for Eclipse
>         Type: Bug

>     Reporter: Brad Davis
>     Assignee: Eugene Kuleshov
>     Priority: Minor
>  Attachments: mvn2ide.patch
> when you update the source folders in eclipse, resource folders are placed on the build
path in a naive manner.  While they should be on the build path so that running and debugging
in eclipse places them in the class path, they should have an exclude pattern of exclude all,
so that any java files within them will not be compiled and so that directories within the
resources folders will not appear as packages.
> Attached is a patch that corrects this.

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