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Recent posts by Vadiraj Deshpande

Bear Bibeault wrote:For files such as these, our project contains a master template for the file that never changes. Each developer copies this file and makes their devo-specific changes. The copied files are not placed in the repository.



..and each developer sets svn:ignore flag to ignore his/her copy of the file ?
Hi experts,

Is it possible to keep a file in SVN repository but ignore it from versioning ? I have a local-env.properties file that every developer had to edit before they can do the build and it would contain developer system specific settings, which do not need to be versioned.

Help...

-V

Peter Johnson wrote:Use File > Import and select General > Existing Projects into Workspace. Click next and then browse to the directory contain the project directory.



Funny.... such a complex procedure to do such a simple and basic operation...
Hello Naresh,

To continue running the application after you have completed the debugging analysis, you need to click 'Continue' button on the debug toolbar. Of course, if you have loops with enabled breakpoints, the debugger will stop again, but in that case you can disable the breakpoints.

HTH
-V
Hi Deepak,

You can also use NetBeans IDE 6.5 which comes with Spring and Hibernate plugins bundled with the IDE. Download the IDE from here.
Refer the tutorial page for additional help.

-Vadiraj.
[ December 19, 2008: Message edited by: Vadiraj Deshpande ]
HI Saeed,

You have to center your JFrame programmatically.
At the end of the JFrame constructor use this code :


This code uses the java.awt.Toolkit to get the screensize and adjusts the location of the JFrame to align the midpoints of JFrame with screen midpoints.

-Vadiraj.
Hi Margaret,
Can you be more specific on the errors/exceptions that you might be seeing ? When you say, NetBeans compiles the servlet fine and won't run on Tomcat, what where the errors ?

-Vadiraj
Phoned Prometric office and registed on October 22nd..
Looks like many people registered on the same day
Exactly.. I type in the address bar more often than on that search bar on the right. Most of the times I get what I was looking for..
12 years ago
Relax guys.. its stock market.. today's market watch
12 years ago
Katrina Kaif
[ June 11, 2006: Message edited by: Santosh Deshpande ]
12 years ago

Originally posted by Pradip Bhat:


Not Banashankari ?



Banashankari in Bangalore .
12 years ago

Originally posted by Pradip Bhat:


Not Banashankari ?



Banashankari in Bangalore .
12 years ago

Good topic to put my cents since long time..
The first flight I boarded had a travel time of 18 minutes. I really felt like being thrown out of earth when taking off and when that guy in the closed room twisted the flight during a turn.
No camera allowed inside a flight in India.

-S.
12 years ago
Guys, I have a suggestion..
put the ear phone on and listen to music...
I am sure Rammstien or Linkin Park will definately wake you up
13 years ago