EAP 6708 Ctrl+F9 copies all the files instead of modified ones only

When deploying Web app ( Ctrl+F9 ) all files even those that have not been modified are copied to the destination directory. It works properly on Demetra using the same project.

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I see the same here. It's wasting a lot of time.

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Hello Vladimir,

Does the problem reproduce on each compilation or it occurs only on first
compilation?

When deploying Web app ( Ctrl+F9 ) all files even those that have not
been modified are copied to the destination directory. It works
properly on Demetra using the same project.



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Does the problem reproduce on each compilation or it
occurs only on first compilation?


Here it is on every compilation, not only on the first.

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Hello Martin,

I cannot reproduce it. Is your Web module standalone or it is included in
JavaEE App module? Please post your .iml files here.

>> Does the problem reproduce on each compilation or it occurs only on
>> first compilation?
>>

Here it is on every compilation, not only on the first.



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It's one Java module, one Web module depending on the Java module, and a second Web module which is completely independent of the other two. Nothing is done when pressing Ctrl+F9 without having done any modification. But after the slightest modification in the Java module the whole content of both Web modules is copied.



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Martin Fuhrer schrieb:

It's one Java module, one Web module depending on the Java module


I've a similar setup and I can confirm that it always copies everything.
It was annoying enough (plus problems with the debugger) to go back to
#6700.

Stefan

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Hello Stefan,

Fixed.

Martin Fuhrer schrieb:

>> It's one Java module, one Web module depending on the Java module
>>

I've a similar setup and I can confirm that it always copies
everything.
It was annoying enough (plus problems with the debugger) to go back
to
#6700.
Stefan



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