|Re: Identifying the cause of an "X" icon on a folder in PyDev project... [message #763408 is a reply to message #763359]
||Fri, 09 December 2011 17:54
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 09-Dec-11 09:29, Marc Edwards wrote:|
> I am adding some external source code folders to a PyDev project in
> Eclipse. There is a difference in how Eclipse iconifies folders within a
> project. There is a square icon divided up with a cross hair which I
> think indicates a "package" and then the normal folder icon.
> However, on some of my folders i have a "X" at the bottom left of the
> folder that seems to indicate some sort of error.
> Can someone help me understand how I can find out what Eclipse is
> indicating that is wrong with the folder?
> Thanks, Marc
This forum doesn't support Python-specific issues. Surely these are the
same decorations that mean error in other Eclipse situations, but for
help with why they are there (Python code bad or not validating?),
you'll want to ask in a PyDev forum. As I don't do Python, I'm unable to
tell you exactly which forum that would be, but a good place to start
would be http://pydev.org/.
Best of luck.
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