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Author:  DavidHorner [ Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:43 am ]
Post subject:  project properties

How do I make v5.14.3 save my project properties?
I am getting sick of having to reselect the ftp selection, upload files on save and then re-enter the ftp directory every time i start the editor.

Author:  Admin [ Mon Mar 19, 2018 3:15 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: project properties


Do You use standard or portable mode?

Could You, please, try tp run Codelobster by Administrator of your OS.

Codelobster Team.

Author:  DavidHorner [ Tue Apr 03, 2018 10:32 am ]
Post subject:  Re: project properties

Nothing works.
I have tried standard mode and portable. The first time i tried portable a dialog told me that is couldnt save to the data/snippets folder. I have given the whole codelobster folder full control for everyone. It now writes to the snippets folder if i choose portable.
I have set the clphped.exe to always run as administrator, i have set the shortcut i use to always to run as administrator. I have tried running it direct, via my shortcut and by file association from a.clpprj file.
Nothing works.
Every time I run the program the project properties are empty.
I guess the problem must be because I am working on two projects in two editors at once.
I have a laravel API in one editor and an App javascript front end in the other editor.
I dont care about the App project settings but I do need to ftp changes on save to the API server so that the App can see them.

Author:  Admin [ Tue Apr 03, 2018 3:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: project properties


Codelobster stores this data in the project file.
Look like Codelobster can't save it.
What is the path for your .clprj file?

Could You, please, us this file and the following log-file:
C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Roaming\ClPhpEd\Codelobster.log
(may be Codelobster had some crashes)

Codelobster Team.

Author:  DavidHorner [ Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: project properties


The date on codelobster.log is 02/03/2018 and the last crash was :
Exception: Critical error: pt.y < GetLinesCount()
Program build version in
I seem to remember a crash dialog mentioning line count but I have had many times where I have lost my project details since. So its not down to a logged crash.

My clpprj file is C:\inetpub\wwwroot\ak-vebra\vebra.clpprj.
This is one of many development folders all of which have never had any access issues.
The datetime of the file is 03/04/2018 which would be when I last started codelobster.
I just switched off 'upload files on save' but the datetime did not change.
The clpprj file does not contain my ftp connection setting or my ftp directory, which are 'kea linode' and '/www/'
Your system wont let me upload a clpprj file so I renamed a copy to .txt
Now it says the .txt file is too big.

Author:  Admin [ Tue Apr 10, 2018 4:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: project properties


The folder "C:\inetpub\" has restricted access very often.
We recommend You to try to create Codelobster project in some another folder to check this issue.

Codelobster Team.

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