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Re: [pdt-dev] Symlinks

Yes that is exactly it, it ends up building everything within the symbolic link for that location.  The main problem is that it ends up using a lot of memory and the second that it takes long to do the build.

EXAMPLE:

dir/foo/code/here

dir/symlink->/dir/foo/code/here

The builder will build a set of files for, dir/foo/code/here and a set of files for dir/symlink->/dir/foo/code/here

-Regards,
Eugene Louw

On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 12:17 PM, Marijn van Zon <marijn.vanzon@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I would be interested in such an option as well.
The problem in my case is that the project for the starting page contains symbolic links to various other projects which in Eclipse are checked out themselves. When symbolic links are followed all those other projects are basically build twice, once when the symlink is following and once for their own seperate project.

Regards,

Marijn van Zon.


Michael Spector wrote:
No, there's no such an option yet...
What's the problem with following symbolic links?

2008/5/13 Eugene Louw <eugene.louw@xxxxxxxxx>:
 
Hi,

The codebase I'm currently using relies heavy on symbolic links. I would
like to know if there is a way that I can tell PHP Project Builder not to
follow symlinks?

-Regards,

Eugene Louw
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