Daniel Griscom <griscomsuitable.com> wrote:
Learn CVS and use it. Use one machine as the repository, and have both> I'm using Apple's Project Builder (v2.1, from the 12/02 tools) to
> develop a Java tool. I need to do development on two different machines,
> moving my project directory back and forth. Problem: when i do so, PB
> gives me a stream of "Missing file or directory" errors, with the listed
> file paths being on the previous machine.
> I can't for the life of me figure out how to get rid of these. I set the
> files to use Project Relative reference styles: uhh uh. I delete the
> original files and add them back in at their new locations: nope (even
> when all the original are gone, PB still complains about missing them).
> Somehow, deep in its configuration files, PB has written down the
> absolute paths to those files, and won't let go of them.
> For even more fun, when I move the project back to its original location
> on the first machine, it starts complaining about files on the OTHER
> machine. No way to win.
> Any suggestions on how to build a portable Project Builder project?
machines check out the source from it.
<http://developer.apple.com/internet/macosx/cvsoverview.html> for a
tutorial overview, and ProjectBuilder and cvs docs on your hard drive.