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Re: [eclipse-dev] Search index defficiency

Another (less-painful) solution is to close and reopen the project, and then
do something to cause re-indexing (ie/ open type)...

> In recent integration builds (starting from 20030218 on), we have changed
> our index format which is causing your workspace to be reindexed
> whenever indexes need to be read.

> In theory this is all fine, however this found a bug in our code for
> updating index in this scenario
> (http://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=32217),
> which is going to be fixed in tonight's build.

> In the meantime if you feel like indexes are not complete (open type
> doesn't show you a type which it should), you can workaround by exiting
> Eclipse,
> find the index files in the metadata, and discard them all. Restart
> Eclipse, and activate the open-type dialog which will trigger proper
> reindexing.
> Index files are located in:
> <workspace>/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.jdt.core/  , you want to get rid
> of all '*.index' files in the doubt + 'savedIndexNames.txt'.

> Sorry for the inconvenience, it results from our improvements to avoid
> checking index consistency during startup.

> Actually, nobody has reported this but us... <g>

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