|How does PDT corrupt .project files? (was Re: No folding, no code completion... this used to work... [message #69637 is a reply to message #67304]
||Tue, 29 April 2008 18:11
Originally posted by: codeslave.ca.ibm.com|
How does a .project file get damaged, anyway? I've been using Eclipse
for 4 years and I've never seen that happen. (But I stopped using PDT a
while ago and switched back to PHPeclipse, so maybe that's why.)
What is PDT doing with .project files that they can get corrupt? Isn't
that more-or-less static information that's only ever written to once in
a blue moon if you add a new nature or builder, create the project in
the first place, or import it from some source where it doesn't already
BTW, there's also this hack if you need to shoehorn an existing project
to work w/ PDT:
Jacob Fogg wrote:
> You are the MAN! If you were anywhere close by, I'd come over and take
> you out to lunch!
> J. A. Boyd wrote:
>> Hello Jacob !
>> I have this problem due damaged ".project" file.
>> Copy "...workspace/project_name/.project" file from your partner and
>> restart PDT for testing...
>> Em Fri, 14 Mar 2008 14:35:48 -0600
>> Jacob Fogg <email@example.com> escreveu:
>>> A while back my folding and code completion just stopped working for
>>> some unexplainable reason... I have folding enabled everywhere... I
>>> have code completion enabled... My partner is using the same
>>> environment as I am and his is working fine... Please help... I
>>> don't even know where to go from here!
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