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I just created a new file template XXXClass and have difficulty in specifying $Id$ in the template. I don't want idea to prompt a value for $Id. What should I do?

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gc wrote:

I just created a new file template XXXClass and have difficulty in specifying $Id$ in the template. I don't want idea to prompt a value for $Id. What should I do?


I think $$Id$$ will do it.

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sadly, it doesn't.

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I have this in a "JavaDocHeader" include for my file template:

  • @version $Id: $.java,v 0.0.0.0 $ $ $ Exp $


This works for me.


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It works in the built-in templates: Class, Interface.

I have $Id$, $Log$ in them and don't have to enter values for Id, Log.

But in the XXXClass template I created, $Id$ is treated as an input field.

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gc wrote:

It works in the built-in templates: Class, Interface.

I have $Id$, $Log$ in them and don't have to enter values for Id, Log.

But in the XXXClass template I created, $Id$ is treated as an input field.

taking a guess and not sure this is what you're trying to do, perhaps
escaping the characters?

\$Id\$

maybe that will put it in as is?

I'm assuming you're trying to do this for CVS?

R

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Yes, as Robert has already noticed, just escape the leading $ with backslash
and the resulting text won't be interpreted as
a variable reference.
Eugene

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I just created a new file template XXXClass and have difficulty in

specifying $Id$ in the template. I don't want idea to prompt a value for
$Id. What should I do?


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\$Id\$ works partially. "Id" is not treated as an input but in the generated source code, "\" is not removed.

FYI, I'm using build 915.

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gc wrote:

\$Id\$ works partially. "Id" is not treated as an input but in the generated source code, "\" is not removed.

FYI, I'm using build 915.


That sounds like a bug.

R

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