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Hey all,

I have made the last 2 days a whole lot of changes in my current rails project with rubymine. I constantly looked in localhost and everything was allright.
It was time for an upload to the server when I suddenly see that none of my changes have been saved.
When I open a .rb (or another) file with notepad I see my version from a couple of days ago. In RubyMine I see the changes.
Restarting RubyMine didn't exactly fix anything, the log doesn't tell me anyhting, but I have it included.
The version control is on, but I can't commit anything because for some reason he wants to add the files, so I get an error it already exists.

Can somebody please help me, because I would be very disappointed if my changes would be lost!

Thanks,
Ignace



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Hello Ignace,

Please make sure that the files opened in RubyMine are in the same directory
as the files you're trying to look at with Notepad. RubyMine saves files
frequently and synchronously, so there is no way you could have worked for
2 days without RubyMine saving its changes.

I have made the last 2 days a whole lot of changes in my current rails
project with rubymine. I constantly looked in localhost and everything
was allright.

It was time for an upload to the server when I suddenly see that none
of my changes have been saved.

When I open a .rb (or another) file with notepad I see my version from
a couple of days ago. In RubyMine I see the changes.

Restarting RubyMine didn't exactly fix anything, the log doesn't tell
me anyhting, but I have it included.

The version control is on, but I can't commit anything because for
some reason he wants to add the files, so I get an error it already
exists.

Can somebody please help me, because I would be very disappointed if
my changes would be lost!


--
Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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Thanks for the quick reply, but that's not the issue. I'm 100% sure they're in the same directory (screenshot for proof)
That's what makes it bizarre... Is there a tmp directory from rubymine?



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Hello Ignace,

Thanks for the quick reply, but that's not the issue. I'm 100% sure
they're in the same directory (screenshot for proof)


The paths are indeed the same, but I don't actually see any difference in
the contents of effort_helper.rb between the RubyMine version and the Textpad
version.

That's what makes it bizarre... Is there a tmp directory from
rubymine?


No, RubyMine doesn't use a tmp directory for saving files.

--
Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
JetBrains, Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com/
"Develop with Pleasure!"


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Behind the partial =>
One has edit_effort, the other has edit_effort_form

This is just one small difference, but it doesn't end there...

Could it have something to do with the version control?
Or with registry keys? Because our network here had a domain controller failure and now I'm in a new account with as much thins as possible just copied from the old account (c:/doucments and settings folder) and ever since that I had problems with other programs too. Certain settings don't save anymore, so maybe it could be something like that too?

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