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PDT 2.0.0 N20080823: Creating folders as packages [message #79324] Tue, 02 September 2008 08:20 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: falk.koziol.gmx.de

Hello all!

I was able to install a working version of PDT including XDebug and
*without* the dreaded 'Selection Job Title' error following the
instructions on the PDT project page and the pages linked from there.

One problem remains:

If I add a folder to the project via Right-Click->New->Folder, it adds
the folder to the local filesystem, but in the PHP Explorer it uses a
package symbol.

Furthermore, when I add subfolders as described, they are created
correctly on the filesystem but the PHP Explorer view shows the
following, if I add the folder 'core' and three subfolders:

'MyProject'
+core
+core/input
+core/output
+core/process

What I want to see and is shown in the Resource perspective:

'MyProject'
+core
+input
+output
+process

Any suggestions what is going wrong? Me, Eclipse or the PDT code?

Thanks,

Falk Koziol
Re: PDT 2.0.0 N20080823: Creating folders as packages [message #79358 is a reply to message #79324] Tue, 02 September 2008 10:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Roy Ganor is currently offline Roy GanorFriend
Messages: 150
Registered: July 2009
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Hi,
From the small triangle in the upper-right side of the PHP Explorer view
select Package Presentation -> Hierarchical. this should solve the problem.

Still we should solve many problems with the explorer view. yest to come...

- Roy

Falk Koziol wrote:

> Hello all!

> I was able to install a working version of PDT including XDebug and
> *without* the dreaded 'Selection Job Title' error following the
> instructions on the PDT project page and the pages linked from there.

> One problem remains:

> If I add a folder to the project via Right-Click->New->Folder, it adds
> the folder to the local filesystem, but in the PHP Explorer it uses a
> package symbol.

> Furthermore, when I add subfolders as described, they are created
> correctly on the filesystem but the PHP Explorer view shows the
> following, if I add the folder 'core' and three subfolders:

> 'MyProject'
> +core
> +core/input
> +core/output
> +core/process

> What I want to see and is shown in the Resource perspective:

> 'MyProject'
> +core
> +input
> +output
> +process

> Any suggestions what is going wrong? Me, Eclipse or the PDT code?

> Thanks,

> Falk Koziol
Re: PDT 2.0.0 N20080823: Creating folders as packages [SOLVED] [message #79372 is a reply to message #79358] Tue, 02 September 2008 12:12 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: falk.koziol.gmx.de

Thanks for the info, Roy!
One of the places I didn't look into...errrr *blush*


Roy Ganor schrieb:
> Hi,
> From the small triangle in the upper-right side of the PHP Explorer
> view select Package Presentation -> Hierarchical. this should solve the
> problem.
>
> Still we should solve many problems with the explorer view. yest to come...
>
> - Roy
> Falk Koziol wrote:
>
>> Hello all!
>
>> I was able to install a working version of PDT including XDebug and
>> *without* the dreaded 'Selection Job Title' error following the
>> instructions on the PDT project page and the pages linked from there.
>
>> One problem remains:
>
>> If I add a folder to the project via Right-Click->New->Folder, it adds
>> the folder to the local filesystem, but in the PHP Explorer it uses a
>> package symbol.
>
>> Furthermore, when I add subfolders as described, they are created
>> correctly on the filesystem but the PHP Explorer view shows the
>> following, if I add the folder 'core' and three subfolders:
>
>> 'MyProject'
>> +core
>> +core/input
>> +core/output
>> +core/process
>
>> What I want to see and is shown in the Resource perspective:
>
>> 'MyProject'
>> +core
>> +input
>> +output
>> +process
>
>> Any suggestions what is going wrong? Me, Eclipse or the PDT code?
>
>> Thanks,
>
>> Falk Koziol
>
>
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