Error dialog: Toolbar item index out of range.

2013-12-25
2014-01-04
  • Andova Begarin

    Andova Begarin - 2013-12-25

    Using Dev-PHP v2.6.1.29, Windows XP

    Opening a source file results in: "Toolbar item index out of range" dialog box and then the text area is empty. But then if you click on the file's TAB the text is rendered as I just found out while writing this.

    UPDATE: You have to open a second file, click its TAB, then click te first file's TAB!

     
    Last edit: Andova Begarin 2013-12-25
    • Pierre Fauconnier

      Hi
      (By the way, thanks for the version numbers - it helps a lot)

      Well, this looks like a bug. At the moment I'm not able to reproduce it.
      Please, could you give a step by step guide?

       
  • Jeff Goodenough

    Jeff Goodenough - 2014-01-01

    Hi Pierre - I am just setting up a brand new computer. I installed Dev-PHP from a clean download and opened an existing .prj file in my PHP source folder. I got this error dialog every time I opened a source file by doulble clicking its entry in the project list.

    But now after exiting and fiddling about a bit, it's OK. Very strange! I can't tell you what I did to fix it, so not much help I'm afraid!

     
    • Pierre Fauconnier

      Hi Jeff,
      Nice to read you again (I wish you a happy new year and a lot of fantastic flights).
      Well, about this "Toolbar item index out of range." error, it could come from the .prj file. And, as this project.prj file is rewritten on exiting Dev-PHP, it's likely the error has been fixed.
      Difficult to reproduce - unless you have a backup.

      Kind regards,
      Pierre

       
      • Jeff Goodenough

        Jeff Goodenough - 2014-01-01

        <html>
        <head>
        <meta content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" http-equiv="Content-Type">
        </head>
        <body text="#000000" bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
        Well, moving from one system to a new one, I have lots of backups
        for the transfer! I do have the original prj file which I can send
        to you. Probably best to zip up all the files included in the
        project, but I would ask you to delete them once you have found the
        problem. I don't want to make the project public right now.



        Jeff.



        PS: I stopped flying a while ago! Happy new year to you too.



        On 01/01/2014 18:01, Pierre Fauconnier
        wrote:




        Hi Jeff,

        Nice to read you again (I wish you a happy new year and a lot
        of fantastic flights).

        Well, about this "Toolbar item index out of range." error, it
        could come from the .prj file. And, as this project.prj file
        is rewritten on exiting Dev-PHP, it's likely the error has
        been fixed.

        Difficult to reproduce - unless you have a backup.


        Kind regards,

        Pierre




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        </body>
        </html>

         
        • Pierre Fauconnier

           
          Last edit: Pierre Fauconnier 2014-01-02
          • Jeff Goodenough

            Jeff Goodenough - 2014-01-03

            <html>
            <head>
            <meta content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1" http-equiv="Content-Type">
            </head>
            <body text="#000000" bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
            Here you are. Sorry for the delay. Actually it's .prd not .prj. Is
            that significant, or just a typo?



            Jeff



            On 02/01/2014 09:37, Pierre Fauconnier
            wrote:




            Could you just mail
            and add the .prj file as attachment?




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            </body>
            </html>

             
            • Pierre Fauconnier

              You're right: the extension is .prd, not .prj - that's a typo.

              The only weird setting in the attached project.prd is inside the TODO section, where a 0= could have been confusing - but, I've added such a setting into an existing .prd and no issue. I guess the bug is elsewhere.

              Dev-PHP has some other settings in %APPDATA% and it's very likely the bug is here. Usually this comes from the settings from a previous version when we try to read these "old" settings and to transpose them, resulting in "new" settings. This operation is done only once. The Dev-PHP installer has an option in order to rewrite or preserve these settings.

               

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