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ID: 19217, DeletePackageCache 1.0

by Serge Murisier Email: smurisier@yahoo.fr


Purge the "package cache" directory.

Find the exact output path of the current project and delete (if found) all the content of "package cache" on the directory.
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For JBuilder, Version 6.0  to 7.0 264 downloads
Copyright: Open Source or other


Size: 8,232 bytes
Updated on Fri, 15 Nov 2002 09:25:15 GMT
Originally uploaded on Fri, 08 Nov 2002 06:02:07 GMT
SHA1 Hash: D1B805F3D8528EEB9F23F5A2318B3CBDF4D34002
MD5 Hash: 676E14E31F158B458288A77B71E46A56

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Description
Sometimes, and depending of the project structure, jBuilder won't compile a simple file, telling you:
"Error #: 2301 : internal compiler error: java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException"

The workaround of this is to manually delete the content of the "package cache" directory and then compile again. This tool make the clean job for you.

Sources are now included

HOW TO INSTALL
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Please copy the DeleteCache.jar to your JBuilder lib/ext folder, and re-start JBuilder.


HOW TO UNINSTALL
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Exit from JBuilder, and remove DeleteCache.jar from your JBuilder lib/ext folder.


HOW TO USE
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The DeleteCache opentool can be invoked in 2 different ways:

1. Click on the "DeleteCache" icon in the toolbar at the top. The icon is located next to the rebuild project icon and is represented as a red cross.

2. Click on the "DeleteCache" command in the Project menu.

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