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Re: Funky-ness (pathForLocatoin is null)

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-14 14:32:03 CET

Denny Valliant <valliant@unm.edu> wrote on 12/14/2005 12:24:07 AM:

> >I posted something about this last week and also updated our FAQ. This
> >somewhat "fixed" in the next release. We finally figured out that this
> >caused when you Import a project into the workspace and there are case
> >issues with the path you imported vs. the file system. For example,
> >might have typed C:\Work instead of c:\work or vice versa.
> >
> >
> Ah. It was probably in my head that it was working for a while then.
> Switching stuff around
> can do that to you. I'd had that happen before, even - but for some
> reason I remembered it
> different. Bah. Thanks for your prompt response.
> >http://subclipse.tigris.org/faq.html#path-case
> >
> Now that is sad. If you could see me, I'd be blushing. A FAQ no less.
> *pffft* =]

It isn't an FAQ in the sense that a lot of people know the answer. I just
posted the info the the FAQ since a lot of people have reported the same
problem and until last week we did not know the answer. Since the FAQ
already had all of the background info that causes the problem and how it
is an Eclipse bug I figured I would leverage that and extend it to include
this new scenario.

So don't feel bad.


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Received on Thu Dec 15 00:32:03 2005

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