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How to check in .class files in RTC

Enrique Gaona (13462224) | asked Jan 21 '10, 5:35 p.m.
Does anyone know how to check in some .class files into RTC? We have a few stub class files that needs to be checked in inorder for the builds to work. I've trying to figure out how to override this ignore rule, but can't seem to find it in my RTC Client or anywhere for that matter.
Any thoughts?

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Jean-Michel Lemieux (2.5k11) | answered Jan 21 '10, 10:07 p.m.
If you are using the Eclipse client and want to checkin the class files in the bin/ folder, then see

Otherwise, if the class files are in other directories you will have to remove the global .class ignore rule by selecting one of the .class files and select Team > Remove From Ignore List.

.class is in the default list, this should add an .ignorefile at the root of the project without the default global rule for .class files.

### Jazz Ignore 0
# Default value for core.ignore.recursive is *.class
# Changing this value changes check-in behaviour for the entire project.
# Default value for core.ignore is bin
# Changing this value changes check-in behaviour for the local directory.
# Ignore properties should contain a space separated list of filename patterns.
# Each pattern is case sensitive and surrounded by braces ('{' and '}').
# "*" matches zero or more characters, and "?" matches single characters.
# e.g: {*.sh} {\.*} ignores shell scripts and hidden files

# NOTE: modifying ignore files will not change the ignore status of derived
# resources.


core.ignore= \
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Enrique Gaona commented Jan 22 '10, 9:42 a.m. | edited May 30 '13, 11:18 a.m.

Thanks, Jean-Michel. I'll try your suggestion.

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