Project saving problems
raymondasselin at sympatico.ca
Sat May 8 04:27:50 UTC 2004
Le 2004/05/07, Martin Wirblat <sql.mawi at t-link.de> écrivait :
>thank you for your response. Do you (or anyone else) have some
>experience about what to better not do with a project in order to
>avoid "loading prohibiting" references in its fileout? I mean, is
>there something which can be done wrong by the uninitiated?
IMHO projects are safe, but when something goes wrong I admit that
they are not easy to debug, and often in the past I had to delete a
project and to recreate it because I was not able to find where and
what was the bug. But this may be only my fault...
>Or is it known, that the only "safe" way is to start with a newly
>created project and never touch or put anything temporarily in it,
>which references it must not file out later?
You know I'm a user, not an expert. From what you say I understand
that you saved a project and that in this project there were
references not resolving but you don't know where these references are
stored as you can't find them in the cs attached to the project. I
can't answer this, I don't know if you can find them with an explorer..
I'm sure that there is some members of the Squeak community who can
say precisely what can't be file out later..and I'm pretty sure that the
reason is not related to only project...I'm thinking of block closure for
example...For myself I don't like the way project keep automatically
the changes I make in their pocket. Usually I would prefer that these
changes stay in the main changeset instead of the one of the project.
For now it seems I must play with the changesorter to reallocate these
>>> Earlier on I renamed this project, and somehow ( maybe unrelated
>>> the renaming ) its little ProjectViewMorph-Window vanished ( it is
>>> still accessibly through the hierarchical menu ).
To recreate the ProjectviewMorph you just have to do the following:
World menu/new morph/make ling to project...
and that's it.
>>> Some more questions:
>>> - Is renaming a project safe?
Yes I do this lot of time without problem.
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