Thanks Jason! Obviously tested only with a Mac. I just pushed in an update to resolve the issue and updating the docker image to fix some UI issues.
On Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 11:51 AM, Jason E Bailey <j...@apache.org> wrote: > If you're not familiar with this. A colon is an illegal character in a > windows file name. When windows uses it as part of a file descriptor when > opening/creating a file it's to specify a side channel where extra data is > stored. > > So in the case of the jcr:content files git uses jcr:content as the file > descriptor and ends up creating a file called jcr that appears empty but > will still be the same size as the corresponding jcr:content. > > Eclipse is the actual creator of that error message as it rightly > recognized that this is most likely not what was intended. I'm assuming > that we can rename the files _jcr_content.json and still have them work. > > - Jason > > On Fri, Feb 9, 2018, at 8:47 AM, Jason E Bailey wrote: > > I'm pretty excited about this. Did run into a slight problem. I use > > windows at work and your CMS commit actually breaks git for me. cms/ui/ > > src/main/resources/jcr_root/etc/fileeditors/jcr:content.json is not > > considered a valid file. > > > > - Jason >