Exclude from Compile recursively

I used the 'Exclude from Compile, Recursively' check box on the old version of IntelliJ, build 915. Now I am using build 1131 I find the 'Recursively' check box gone.
I have source files in a directory that I wish to exclude, but a subdirectory of it has files I want to include. I used to be able to do this be excluding the directory (but not recursively).
Now it looks like I have to compile (with the files I dont want) then when the compile fails, right-click them and select 'Exclude from Compile'. There are a lot of them and this is a pain.
Can you re-instate the 'Recursively' check box please?
Thanks
Stephen Chalkley.

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The chckbox is present in the latest builds. Please check them when they are
available

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Eugene Zhuravlev
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Eugene

Thanks. They are there and I am now using them.

I was using Paths / exclude, and using this method I could not do what I wanted.

But removing these excludes, and using Compiler / Exclude from Compile I can use the 'Recursively' check box.

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Stephen Chalkley wrote:

Eugene

Thanks. They are there and I am now using them.

I was using Paths / exclude, and using this method I could not do what I wanted.

But removing these excludes, and using Compiler / Exclude from Compile I can use the 'Recursively' check box.


please remember this bug which I hope is easy to fix :

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=27426

Edo

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