How to hide .svn folders in Eclipse or Aptana


By default, eclipse and Aptana, didn’t hide .svn folders in the project listing. Follow the steps below to hide the .svn folder in Eclipse and Aptana:-

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  • Click on the little arrow button beside the Project window, select “Filters” from the drop down menu.
    hide svn in eclipse
  • Once the Filters window pop up, just make sure the .* is selected and click OK.
    hide svn folders in eclipse using filter
  • Now the .svn folders should be hidden from your project list.

* Eclipse is a open source IDE for software developer which is free to download.

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5 Responses to “How to hide .svn folders in Eclipse or Aptana”

  1. Other Guy says:

    What about _svn files?

  2. chua says:

    Hi jason, if u want to remove all the .svn folder then u might want to read this
    http://www.techiecorner.com/154/how-to-delete-all-svn-folder-in-linux-mac/
    once removed all the .svn folder, just do a refresh at your aptana and you wont see any .svn folder again.

  3. Jason says:

    Hey I need abit of help here…
    I can hide *most* .svn folders but some of them keep showing up in the folder structure in Aptana…

    I tried to delete the affected folders containing the ‘bad’ .svn folders and re-checking them out but that didn’t help…..

    Anyone have a clue what’s going on?

  4. Cyril Mazur says:

    And not only the svn files/folders, but also all the hidden files actually (like .htaccess and so on…)

  5. Bert says:

    Unfortunately, this will also hide you .htaccess file !

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