|Linux broken where Windows works? [message #593448]
||Mon, 24 April 2006 03:37
| Cory Prowse
Registered: July 2009
I am getting a difference in behaviour for AJDT 1.3.1 on Windows vs Linux.|
Both machines are running the same in terms of:
- Eclipse 3.1.2
- AJDT 1.3.1
All of this is checked into CVS (including Eclipse .classpath and
project) for a multiproject workspace, with project source dependencies.
On Windows everything appears to be fine, with no compile time errors.
On Linux I get: "The project cannot be built until its prerequisite
ProjectX is built. Cleaning and building all projects is recommended".
Where ProjectX is an AJDT enabled project and has no errors.
If I make the offended project an AJDT project then everything is ok, but
this is only needed on Linux and is not an acceptable path forward.
Is there a difference in the Linux way of things and AJDT?
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