*.py source file surprisingly deleted with Pydev/Eclipse. Who else experienced this ?

Fabio Zadrozny fabiofz at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 18:28:13 CEST 2008


Hi Nebur,

Are you using svn? I did have a problem once related to that (but it's
more related to the svn plugin than to pydev)... I think that for some
reason the undo seems to be mapped to a creation of a file that came
from svn (I don't remember exactly how to reproduce it, but I do
remember it was associated only with svn -- cvs didn't have that
problem -- but it was something like trying to make undo on a file
that didn't have anything changed and then it would go to the svn and
remove another file).

Cheers,

Fabio

On Fri, Apr 4, 2008 at 12:38 PM, Nebur <nospam1.reifenberg at gmx.de> wrote:
> Hi folks developing with Pydev/Eclipse,
>
>  this is the second time in about half a year that the following
>  surprise bites me:
>
>  I've switched between some files in Pydev/Eclipse using the
>  FileNavigator, and when I want to go back to my last-edited *.py file,
>  it is missing.
>  No more in the FileNavigator, no more in the OpenFiles-List of the
>  Editor. Removed anywhere. Erased from the file system. Restorable from
>  the version control only.
>  Only a young orphan *.pyc file is sitting around, showing me I haven't
>  dreamed of editing the file two minutes before.
>  I'm sure I did no delete operations with eclipse, and I'm sure I did
>  not use another application than eclipse in the meantime.
>
>  No, I can't reproduce it, and I don't know whom to blame (Pydev?
>  Eclipse ? The File System ? A Virus that only 2 times in half a year
>  deletes a single file I'm busy working with, and seems to do nothing
>  else? Myself beeing schizophrenic ??)
>
>  Someone else already had this effect ?
>   Nebur
>
>
>  PS: Debian Etch 64Bit/JFS,Eclipse3.3,Pydev1.3.14.
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