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One behind the current source file [message #671286] Tue, 17 May 2011 11:42
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Hi,

eclipse didn't recognize the changes of a source file. When running allways the last but one version is taken. In the real file system contains the current version of the source files. But the binatys are the step behind the current.

Making another change to the source and running creates an updated version, but again it's one step behind.

Making a clean to the project, resolves the issue, but only for the first time.

The autobuild function is enabled. There are no exceptions ore messages in the log.

I'm assuming that eclipse didn't read the current source files when compiling a new version. Instead it uses a cached version. Is this possible?

The problem only occurs when the workspace is on one of our novell network drives. All thins were well in the past, but some weeks ago our admin changed the underlying system from novell to linux (i assume Suse).

We run eclipse Helios Service Release 2 with no plug-ins installed.

Best regards

Marco
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