|Re: Code completion and ctrl-click: looking in wrong directory [message #83317 is a reply to message #83294]
||Mon, 10 November 2008 14:29
Originally posted by: nickboldt+eclipse+newsgroup.gmail.com|
There may be other .dotfiles in the new project (eg., .project?
..settings?) which point to the old folder -- to see these files, open
the Navigator view using CTRl-3 or SHIFT-ALT-Q,Q, or from Window > Show
View. Right-clicking the project's folder and selecting Properties may
show other pointers to the old location.
Upgrading to the latest Eclipse (3.4.x), PDT (2.0), and RSE may help too.
You could also try restarting eclipse with the -clean flag.
Bart van Heukelom wrote:
> I've recently moved a lot of code from one folder to another, and
> deleted the first folder. Now the code completion and Ctrl-Click is
> broken, because it will keep looking in the old folder.
> Code completion only shows methods that were in the old version. Changes
> don't appear
> Ctrl-click on methods doesn't do anything
> Ctrl-click on classes shows me an option dialog, which shows the old and
> new class file.
> I already hit refresh, and deleted the contents in .cache.
> I'm using PDT 1.0.3 on Eclipse 3.3.2 and accessing my code on an FTP
> server through the RSE plugin.
> Can I solve this, or is it a bug?
Nick Boldt :: http://wiki.eclipse.org/User:Nickb
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