[osflash] ASDT Creates Project and Deletes All Code
leif.wells at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 17:14:21 EST 2005
I am very pleased that you know about the problem and plan to fix it.
On 11/23/05, Martin Schnabel <mb0 at mb0.org> wrote:
> Leif Wells wrote:
> >This isn't the first time this has happened to me, so I guess I should
> >have learned.
> >I am using ASDT 0.0.8build5 (yes, I know that there are later builds
> >in subversion, but I wouldn't know where to begin to compile a Eclipse
> it is not fixed on cvs ... i check it just now.
> i add it to my list should be fixed by friday
> and compiling an eclipse plugin is a piece of cake.
> just open the plugin.xml file of the editor module
> (make sure u have loaded all needed projects from cvs
> compiler,core,editor,help,launcher,logger,viewer,wizards and feature)
> and a nice interface will open. u can export it on the overview page.
> >I was creating a project that already had code in it, code that I had
> >spent all day working with to be clean enough to use inside ASDT. The
> >result of creating the new project was that I had no code.
> >I have not been able to pin down the specific conditions to recreate
> >this problem, so I have not reported the bug. I thought that I'd
> >mention it here (again, if someone already has) that you need to watch
> >out when creating a project in a folder where you already have code.
> >So, safety tip from Leif: make a back up.
> >(Yes, we use subversion here. But the next step *after* creating the
> >project inside Eclipse was to create a subversion repository.)
> and for that use right-click on project and select Team->Share Project.
> this solution is much cleaner
> best regards
> Martin Schnabel
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