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Eclipse building project and takes for ever for my Rails App

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I am using Eclipse for my Ruby project. Is there a setting I can set to stop eclipse from building all the time? A typical build for my small project takes like 4 hours. so I cant even work when it kicks off a build.

posted Jul 24, 2013 by anonymous

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Get rid of eclipse and use vim or sublime text with the appropriate plugins.

Another way is just to turn off auto compile in the build menu, at least that worked when I was using eclipse with c++. Am 24.07.2013 20:23 schrieb "brian sur" :

answer Jul 24, 2013 by anonymous
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