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Ignore Subversion files in Eclipse and ADT

Subversion creates .svn directories all over the place and by default Eclipse and ADT (Android Developer Tools, Eclipse-based) will copy them to target/classes and include them in output archives. I have tried to suppress that with project-specific exclude directives, but it is tricky to get it right and bothersome to repeat the process for every new project. A simple solution is to add “, .svn/” to Filtered resources (Windows/Preferences/Java/Compiler/Building, Output folder/Filtered resources) instead.

Ignore .svn folders

Ignore .svn folders

I found the tip in another blog some time ago, but it is gone.

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