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08-12-2009 02:37 PM
I'm trying to use Subversion to track my source code. I'm using TortoiseSVN as my client software. I checked in my java files, my Eclipse .project and .classpath and my JDP file. I then deleted the whole Subversion project and got clean code from SVN. I now get the following error when I do a clean:
Errors during build.
Errors running builder 'BlackBerry Resources Builder' on project 'KitchenValet'.
Could not compile file
java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\Documents and Settings\Christopher Keith\My Documents\fCode\KitchenValet\src\com\KitchenValet\
I don't understand why the development system is looking for a file in a .svn directory. FYI, here is the contents of my jdp file. The lines containng ".svn" in the "ExcludeFromBuildAll" section seem to have been added when I ran Eclipse after getting clean source:
## RIM Java Development Environment
# RIM Project file
# This file is generated and managed by BlackBerry developer tools.
# It SHOULD NOT BE modified manually.
Solved! Go to Solution.
08-20-2009 09:01 PM
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10-27-2009 07:53 PM
I have been having this problem as well. I am using the eclipse full install from the website and tortoiseSVN as well. I need a better fix than copying sourcefiles around by hand.
10-28-2009 05:03 AM
I'm experiencing the same problem using the BlackBerry Eclipse Plug-in + TortoiseSVN.
Is there anyone who was able to use the BlackBerry JDE Plug-In with a SVN-managed project, maybe by using Eclipse SVN integration plug-ins?
10-28-2009 02:24 PM - edited 10-28-2009 02:28 PM
Here is another thread on the same topic, I couldn't get MSohm's suggestion to work. If it works for you please post your solution.
11-03-2009 07:32 PM
Not sure if other people are experiencing this problem. The solution I found was to turn off auto building (if its already off turn it on and turn it off again). Its the last menu item under projects. To build select "build active blackberry configuration" under the projects menu. Seems to work for me.