[Aurora] Have to check "Include non-project classes" for CTRL-N

I'm using build 802, and I converted my project. But when I press CTRL-N, none of my normal project classes are found (even by typing *)

This is how my source and project are setup and this worked fine in Aradnia builds:

$PROJECT\project.ipr
$PROJECT\com\...\...\...
$PROJECT\jsp
$PROJECT\...

In the Project paths tab, I've defined $PROJECT\com and $PROJECT\jsp as my project paths. In the Project pane, I see all of my classes as I normally would. CTRL-SHIFT-N finds all my jsps, but CTRL-N finds nothing.

Is this a bug? It worked in older builds, so I think it's an 802 bug.

Ian.

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I think this is a bug because I was seeing this too. It appeared to work
initially then stopped. I was getting internal errors and shedloads of
exceptions in the log (like a lot of people) and so assumed that was causing
it and gave up on 802.

N.

Ian Zabel wrote:

I'm using build 802, and I converted my project. But when I press
CTRL-N, none of my normal project classes are found (even by typing
*)

>

This is how my source and project are setup and this worked fine in
Aradnia builds:

>

$PROJECT\project.ipr
$PROJECT\com\...\...\...
$PROJECT\jsp
$PROJECT\...

>

In the Project paths tab, I've defined $PROJECT\com and $PROJECT\jsp
as my project paths. In the Project pane, I see all of my classes as
I normally would. CTRL-SHIFT-N finds all my jsps, but CTRL-N finds
nothing.

>

Is this a bug? It worked in older builds, so I think it's an 802 bug.

>

Ian.



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Ian Zabel wrote:

I'm using build 802, and I converted my project. But when I press CTRL-N, none of my normal project classes are found (even by typing *)

This is how my source and project are setup and this worked fine in Aradnia builds:

$PROJECT\project.ipr
$PROJECT\com\...\...\...
$PROJECT\jsp
$PROJECT\...

In the Project paths tab, I've defined $PROJECT\com and $PROJECT\jsp as my project paths. In the Project pane, I see all of my classes as I normally would. CTRL-SHIFT-N finds all my jsps, but CTRL-N finds nothing.


What about source paths?

Try define $PROJECT as the only project path and only source path.

If you can, I would suggest that you reorganise your project structure a
bit:

$PROJECT\project.ipr
$PROJECT\src\com\...
$PROJECT\jsp\...

Then define $PROJECT as the only project path and $PROJECT\src and
$PROJECT\jsp as source paths.

Ciao,
Gordon


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Yes, these alternative configurations work. I guess it is a bug with 802.

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