The behavior you describe is how “exclude from validation” is supposed to work already – I ran a few quick tests to confirm this.
If you see contrary behaviour, could you let us know for what file types you are seeing undesired validation on clean?
An error occurred while saving the commentEric Lentz commented
A feature that I enable becomes DISABLED after a clean and that's the way it is supposed to work? Okay, if you believe that's not a bug, that's fine. This isn't a bug report. This is a request to change that functionality so that after a clean the excluded validation CONTINUES to be excluded. That would make MyEclipse more usable, in my opinion.
Given the choice between Subclipse and Subversive as well as needing specific versions of the the plugin based on your repository, bundling a Subversion suite with MyEclipse might make things more difficult for our users.
It is evident, however, that this is a significant pain point – we’re looking at how we can make the process of adding Subversion support to MyEclipse a lot easier for everyone.Eric Lentz supported this idea ·