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15-10-2015

    Is there a way to avoid the .vlt and dir files that gets generated when we do a vault checkout? We do not want those files to get into ecllipse.

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Yes 🙂

You need to create a gitignore file: https://help.github.com/articles/ignoring-files/

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We are using Git.  Okay now i understand this. Upon vault checkout the vlt and dir files get created. These files will be imported into Eclipse but Git has to be configured in such a way that these files will not get into Git. Thus if i import the files from Git they will not be having these vlt and dir files.

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Hi,

what source control are you using? When you say you don't want unused files to stay in Eclipse, if a developer is doing a checkout, then the .vlt files will only be in his environment. 

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    Hi Opkar,

       The existing code base does not have files like that and we do not want the files that are unused to stay in Eclipse. I am not aware of filtering such files from getting into Git. 

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Hi,

what harm will they do in Eclipse? Usually you add them to the ignore file(if using Git) so they don't get into your source control.

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