On a certain project team we all keep a Wonder CVS checkedout sandbox
of the same date/time version on our machines.
Sometimes we all upgrade Wonder to a new date/time version using cvs
update command as follows:
$ cvs update -Pd -D "<date>"
where date for example could be "2007-11-28 14:45 EST"
What I noticed today was that a full clean all workspace projects
(which includes Wonder projects linked to the projects in the checked
out source tree) left me with a bunch of fake WOD errors and even one
source error in the ERSeleniumExample.
So, if I close Eclipse, delete the Wonder source dir and do a clean
checkout of that date revision using this:
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@...:/cvsroot/
wonder co -D "<date>" "Wonder"
.... and then reopen Eclipse and do a full clean all and
rebuild ...... all the errors go away.
I am curious if anyone understands why this would be the case .....
is my cvs update syntax incorrect? ..... or are the file timestamps
on my HD somehow confusing woproject compiler?
WebObjects Wiki: http://wiki.objectstyle.org/
Eclipse 3.3.1 / WOLips #4679
OS X 10.4.X Tiger / Java 1.5 / WO 5.3.X w/Wonder
MySQL 4.1.X w/InnoDB / Connector-J 5.0.X
BTW, my eclipse ini has a -clean in it too.