10/22/2009 4:02 PM
How do I completely delete a project?
I goofed up the creation of a project, call it "abc", when clicking on multiplatform C project in the default Momentics
help screen when you open it (see below.)
So I called it "abc" and put it in a directory. I ended up pointing it at the wrong place, so I went to delete it and
When I get to that spot in the wizard, just as soon as I type the "c" of "abc" in the project name, it says that project
already exists (!)
Ok, well, where does it exist? I've already:
1. Blown away every reference to that name on my computer as a file name
2. Blown away (or hidden in a .zip file) every reference to any file containing that name
3. Searched through the registry for every instance of that name.
Is there some hidden java database or .xml file or something somewhere that records this as being a used project name?
I will go get a wchar search utility if I have to, but I'd prefer not to.
How do I tell the Momentics IDE that there is, in fact, no such project anymore? BTW, this seems to be a global unique
requirement on the name itself, not the directory it's located in.
Even Momentics IDE itself doesn't attempt to open the old project by default on start. Help!
And no, I'm not at liberty to rename my project to something else, nor should I have to. Where's the magic button to "
show and/or clean up all project references", or the checkbox to "force create the project again even though I,
Momentics IDE, am confused into thinking it already exists"?
Create QNX Neutrino C/C++ applications
To develop applications in C or C++ for various target processors, create a:
- multiplatform C project or <--- Clicked "project", which is a link that opens a wizard
- multiplatform C++ project
Enter the project name, then select Next. Choose the target CPU(s) and