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Heinz Haderer
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 11:55 am    Post subject: svn add jar and jad file Reply with quote

Hi there,

I am developing a MIDlet and I want that netbeans always when I am committing my source to the svn repository commits the appropriate jar and jad file too.
The jar and jad file are placed in dist folder. I am not able to uningnore that folder by right click -> Subversion -> Unignore. If I try it with the Svn Properties Editor the editor automatically adds always the dist folder to ignore.

Please tell me a solution because it is boring always mailing the latest version to my boss who has not set up the build environment.

Thanks a lot,
Heinz


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 12:06 pm    Post subject: svn add jar and jad file Reply with quote

Hi,

"build" and "dist" directories are ignored by default by the IDE.
One solution could be to create new directory that would contain jar
and jad files (you can edit ant target to copy both file into required
location). Then add this directory into repository.

Regards,
-Peter


Heinz Haderer wrote:
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Hi there,

I am developing a MIDlet and I want that netbeans always when I am committing my source to the svn repository commits the appropriate jar and jad file too.
The jar and jad file are placed in dist folder. I am not able to uningnore that folder by right click -> Subversion -> Unignore. If I try it with the Svn Properties Editor the editor automatically adds always the dist folder to ignore.

Please tell me a solution because it is boring always mailing the latest version to my boss who has not set up the build environment.

Thanks a lot,
Heinz


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2008 12:37 pm    Post subject: svn add jar and jad file Reply with quote

It works fine!

Thanks a lot,
Heinz

--- Peter Pis <Peter.Pis@Sun.COM> schrieb am Do, 24.7.2008:

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Von: Peter Pis <Peter.Pis@Sun.COM>
Betreff: Re: [nbusers] svn add jar and jad file
An: nbusers@netbeans.org
Datum: Donnerstag, 24. Juli 2008, 14:06
Hi,

"build" and "dist" directories are
ignored by default by the IDE.
One solution could be to create new directory that
would contain jar
and jad files (you can edit ant target to copy both file
into required
location). Then add this directory into repository.

Regards,
-Peter


Heinz Haderer wrote:
Quote:
Hi there,

I am developing a MIDlet and I want that netbeans
always when I am committing my source to the svn repository
commits the appropriate jar and jad file too.
Quote:
The jar and jad file are placed in dist folder. I am
not able to uningnore that folder by right click ->
Subversion -> Unignore. If I try it with the Svn
Properties Editor the editor automatically adds always the
dist folder to ignore.
Quote:

Please tell me a solution because it is boring always
mailing the latest version to my boss who has not set up the
build environment.
Quote:

Thanks a lot,
Heinz



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