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Eclipse -- find resources in source, not target

Greg Charles
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This should be easy, but I'm just not figuring it out. I'm running Indigo, although I had the same issue in Galileo. I have a Maven project imported into Eclipse projects. When I type Ctrl-Shift-R to search for a resource, and type in part of the name, I get hits from the target directories if they exist, as well as the source directories. How can I limit this search to just the source?
 
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