|RE: [dsdp-mtj-dev] Application descriptor in MTJ|
Fair enough, I had my suspicions this would be the answer but I thought Iâd ask before we started to change our tools.
Thanks for the answer,
I am not certain it would be a
good idea to set a precedent like this. Spaces in file names are common on all
major platforms, and tools need to be built to accommodate them. If we start
changing our naming schemes to accommodate one tool, how many more changes will
we be asked to make. Do we go back to 8.3 naming?
On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 4:27 AM, Westling, Thomas <Thomas.Westling@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The working copy of the jad file for a MIDlet project is currently saved in the file system as âApplication Descriptorâ.
This is a change from the EclipseME days were it was named the same as the resulting jad file.
The jad file is currently the only file created by Eclipse or a plugin with a space in the name that I know of.
We have noticed problems with this and our source control system, which is ClearCase + an in-house tool to make
it easier to work with. This doesnât accept spaces in file names.
Do you think it would be possible to change the name of this file to something without a space in the name, or to
give the developer creating a new project the opportunity to choose a name for the file ( maybe not wanted, since
the name of the file shouldnât be something most people care about )?
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