|Synchronization error / not being able to create reference [message #1085198]
||Mon, 12 August 2013 15:34
| Miguel A. Artaso
Registered: June 2013
I am finally trying to create documentation with Intent and I am not being successful. From the very beginning, I would like to state that I think it's a matter of how to use it, not because a problem with the plugin.
So, my first problems are creating the project itself. The workspace I worked in is based of several maven projects. All of them, despite sharing part of the package name, are completely independent, also in the disk. Let's say that the maven projects are:
They are not stored as
but in complete separate folders:
If I try to create an Intent project like
Eclipse becomes unresponsive and I need kill it finally.
If the intent project name has nothing to do with the other project's names, everything is smooth when creating the project. I think this could have to do with the physical organization of my maven projects...
And maybe this issue is also related with the references.I am not being able to make references to methods. My guess is that the Intent project is not "seeing" the other projects...
|Re: Synchronization error / not being able to create reference [message #1085656 is a reply to message #1085198]
||Tue, 13 August 2013 07:21
| Alex Lagarde
Registered: May 2010
first of all, you may want to use the latest Intent nightly
We made a lot of stability/performance fixes since the June release.
In regards to your deadlock issue, it is pretty ugly, I'll try to
reproduce your deadlock issue ASAP (I've created a blocker bugzilla
Le 12/08/2013 17:34, Miguel A. Artaso a écrit :
> And maybe this issue is also related with the references.I am not being
> able to make references to methods. My guess is that the Intent project
> is not "seeing" the other projects...
What are you doing to create those references? To reference a Java
method inside an Intent document, you just have to drop the method from
the project explorer (see
or the getting started documentation).
Once this method is linked, you can use hyperlink (F3 or ctrl+click) to
navigate from documentation to code.
If this mechanism does not work, do you have any entry in the error log
that might help me reproducing the issue?
Hope this answers your questions, I'll investigate your deadlock issue ASAP.
|Re: Synchronization error / not being able to create reference [message #1108008 is a reply to message #1107595]
||Fri, 13 September 2013 07:41
| Alex Lagarde
Registered: May 2010
the error you mentionned in your previous post
An internal error occurred during: "Synchronizing Repository".
references the RetroGeneratedElementListener, which was an example
bridge we wrote for Intent 0.7. It has been removed since we developped
the Java Bridge, and hence has not evolved to match the 0.8 API.
Could you please remove the Retro bridge from your installed plugins?
And yes, the latest stable build (which has been promoted asthe SR1
release of Intent 0.8) includes the most recent developments
Please keep me in tuch if you reproduce your issues with the Retro
plugin uninstalled, and sorry for the inconvenience.
Le 12/09/2013 18:52, Miguel A. Artaso a écrit :
> Is the stable version newer than the nightly build? It seems so to me.
> With the last stable version (Mylyn Intent 0.8.1.201308291003) I
> keep getting the *An internal error occurred during: "Synchronizing
> Repository"* error every time I try to drag and drop a method. And after
> clicking on "OK", it happens again every time I save the Intent document.
> Any ideas?
> Best regards,
> Miguel A.
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