When editing the Java-Class of a DataClass within the Java-Perspective it seems that the corresponding Java-Code is not committed to a VCS. How does Ivy work here? Are the ivyClass-Files used to generate those on the fly?

asked 04.08.2015 at 14:52

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Yes the .ivyClass files will generate the .java source in src_dataClasses. So it's good practice to ignore the content of this directory in a source versioning system

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answered 04.08.2015 at 15:49

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