I noticed a strange behavior with my attached cspex file.
If I copy the file to any eclipse bundle directly to the root folder, than buckminster is claiming about 'No component named [...] is known to Buckminster'.
For example, if I have a eclipse bundle my.eclipsebundle.buckminster and I copy the cspex file myconfig.cspex to the root folder of that bundle, then I get following message from buckminster:
Project refresh on my.eclipsebundle.buckminster failed: No component named my.eclipsebundle.buckminster is known to Buckminster
If I copy the file in a subfolder of that bundle, buckminster is claiming about nothing.
Is something wrong with my cspex file? Or is this a bug?
This happens in the IDE and also on my Jenkins build. In the IDE I'm using version 3.7, on my Jenkins version 4.2. So it seems to be quite version independent.
>> If I copy the file in a subfolder of that bundle, buckminster is claiming about nothing.
As far as I know, a CSpec extension file must be in the root folder of the project, and named buckminster.cspex, which explains why you don't get an error when the cspex is in a subfolder.
Is myconfig.cspex still in the original project? Is that the exact name?