I assuming you're using EFS to do this.
The RSE EFS integration is experimental at this time and as such
will not work properly in it's current state. There are bugs for
this already (in particular: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=170916)
For now, you could use RSE directly to edit and/or compile source.
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[dsdp-tm-dev] RSE bug
I appologise if I've mailed the wrong list
but I have a question relating to a bug. I am using the RSE and the CDT
to try to create a standard make c++ project in a remote machine (using
dstore). When i choose rse as the location and then specify a folder within
it, it says "Project cannot be created: invalid description. Details:
: is an invalid character in resource name rse.:
Is there a fix for this? Am I doing something
wrong? Or is this a new bug?
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