I have had problems with Workbench randomly causing problems and using info from this category have resolved them but I am frustrated with a project I am working on that has twice given me problems when Workbench is closed. The first time a Windows update closed Workbench and when I restarted it I had errors with the .ino file and when I tried anything it wants me to open the project.properties file. Doing an audit shows no info in the folder array. I have to delete the projects folder and then create a new project to clear the errors. The second time I may have closed Workbench and when reopening I had the same problem. Is there a way to edit a file to show the location of the project so I don’t have to create a new project?
AFAICT it’s not the
project.properties file you need to open but rather open the folder where the
project.properties file lives.
Thanks I will try that the next time.
So when I opened Workbench again the project failed again. If I try to clean the application it asks for the project.properties file. Clicking on the directory doesn’t work as it is wanting the file. Once I click the file it says it can’t find the task. Doing an audit again shows the folder array empty. I have other projects and they are behaving properly.
- closing all editors in Workbench
- then hit
File - Open Folder
- then select the folder your project lives in
BTW, can you post the file structure of your project?
Is this a project that was created via
Particle: Create New Project?
So as I was going to respond I opened Workbench and when I went to open the folder that is when I realized I had created the same folder name before creating a project and duplicated it as a subfolder when I created the project. I was then opening the main folder instead of the subfolder. Sorry for the inconvenience.