|project: no outline available [message #485259]
||Thu, 10 September 2009 21:21
Originally posted by: someone.somewhere.net|
I've just created a new php project using Eclipse 3.4.1 with PDT.
I created the project in the directory containing the php web pages I
want to debug (even though Eclipse informed me that if I did this and
then deleted the project, Eclipse would also delete the scripts !?!)
The new project wizard completed and then I see that Eclipse cannot
provide a project outline because "An outline is not available"
I figured maybe the project had not been properly built or registered or
something so I tried the wizard again but when it concluded, it informed
me that a project of that name already existed. I have looked for signs
of the project in the Nautilus file explorer and I see a folder
called .Settings and files called .buildpath and .project. I assume
these are Eclipse's project files?
How do I add files to the new project?
I went into Project on the menubar and defined a Working Set, (even
though I don't know what that's for or what I'm doing.) I didn't seem to
advance me to my goal of debugging these pages.
I dragged and dropped a page into the IDE and attempted to Run As a PHP
Web Page. My browser came up but Eclipse thinks the file is located in
another project in another directory so File Not Found.
(The Open and Close Project options under Project on the menu bar are
disabled so I can neither close this old project or open the new one.)
Can anyone straighten me out?
Can anyone recommend a book or tutorial that will explain the subtleties
of project management and creation?
I'm coming from several years of running Zend IDE on a Windows box and I
know what a competent IDE should do but I'm having trouble figuring