|Exclipse destroy the own workspace ... [message #1063411]
||Thu, 13 June 2013 06:32
| Wolfgang Uhr
Registered: June 2013
I'm very new here and first: Thanks for the help and for the offering of a forum like this.
Although I've used eclipse several times on different pcs, actually I've a very strange problem. But first the situation:
• Eclipse 4.2.2 SDK
• Windows 7
• A sodius-plug in for developing dxl-scripts (dxl = doors extended language something like vba for the ibm-program Doors)
• The workspace is stored at a network drive. It is my own user network drive. No other guys or programs will write to it. So in the workspace directory, eclipse is the only user.
• The network drive is used in a windows-internal synchronize mode, so even if there are no network drives, the files or copies of the files are available.
The reaction of eclipse
• Of about 2 Weeks it works perfect. I've done my daily work, so I've used this tool each work day.
• Then Eclipse crashes (see 2 nd screenshoot). It does not show anything and does not work in any way.
• Yesterday I've created a new Workspace and moved the files from the old WS to the new and yesterday for some hours it works. Today eclipse is damaged too.
I for myself assume that there might be a problem with the history of the program files, or eclipse might have a problem with those synchronized paths.
So: Is there anything, I can do? I cannot repair my eclipse all 5-10 days.
Thanks for any help
|Re: Exclipse destroy the own workspace ... [message #1063623 is a reply to message #1063411]
||Thu, 13 June 2013 14:15
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 6/13/2013 5:14 AM, Wolfgang Uhr wrote:|
> â€¢ The workspace is stored at a network drive. It is my own user
network drive. No other guys or programs will write to it. So in the
workspace directory, eclipse is the only user.
Why are you storing your workspace on a network drive? Eclipse
workspaces are not sharable or portable between computers. (Projects
are, however, the best way is to manage them using a version-control
system like Git or Subversion.)
As for what specifically is happening to your set-up, I don't know, but
I would minimize the chances of this happening by placing my workspace
on one host.
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