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    Closing project in carbide

    Hi,

    This is one basic, maybe a stupid issue which is bothering me. I am not able to remove the project list/files from the navigator or C/C++ project view in carbide.c++ even after I have stopped working on it and closed the project, the name remains on the list. Maybe there is something very trivial or basic that I am overlooking. Once I tried doing it by deleting it..and the while project files got deleted from its location(not just from the view in the navigator or carbide.c++). After that I havent dared to try any stunts of that kind. Any known solutions?? Does it have anything to do with me using the same directory for workspace?? (I have been using the same directory as I am a newbie and am exploring the platform with some small applications)

    Thanks in advance

    Cheers!
    Neil
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    Last edited by Symbian_Neil; 2006-10-17 at 11:17.

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    Re: Closing project in carbide

    got the solution!! But unable to delete the thread. anybody know how to get that privilage to delete your own thread if you find it a little off-track or un-useful to anybody(Saves the embarassment)
    cheers

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    Re: Closing project in carbide

    I cannot say anything certain about how the Carbide.C++ works, but it is based on Eclipse. First you could try just refreshing the list by activating the list and pressing F5. But if it really doesn't disappear, you can go to the workspace directory with Explorer and just delete that directory.

    That really should make it go away. Of course you could just move the directory somewhere else, just in case something in Crabide.C++ goes wrong after deleting the directory.

    Edit:
    I was writing the reply when you replied to yourself, i guess this post can be ignored.

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    Re: Closing project in carbide

    Thanks Kaali :) I wouldnt ignore somebody who attempted to clarify my doubts. Your tricks are worth a try too...just to get a better insight of the IDE.

    Cheers
    Neil

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