Does Swabra kill process in an excluded folder?



I'm not sure if my configuration is supposed to work, or if it does, if there is something wrong with swabra.

I have a checkout directory, let's say d:\work\trunk. I build my sources in d:\work\trunk\build\. So when I configure swabra, I tell it to exclude build from cleaning


Otherwise it will spend time to clean stuff that will be rebuilt from scratch afterwards, and that would take a big amount of time.

And sometimes it appears that some exe run from tests are stuck, they are of course in d:\work\trunk\build\ 

Is Swabra killing running processes inside d:\work\trunk, ignoring d:\work\trunk\build\  ? Or is it killing all processes?


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Hi, Swabra doesn't kill/report processes in excluded folders


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