I’ve noticed that at times FlashBuilder and in my case, the FlashBuilder plugin for Eclipse seems to randomly lose its ability to work. In the past, I’ve had to completely rebuild my workspace and re-import all of my projects. I’ve also seen a number of posts about how you should

1.) shutdown flashbuilder
2.) in your workspace/.metadata/.plugins folder, delete the com.adobe.flexbuilder.codemodel folder
3.) restart flashbuilder

Unfortunately, this one didn’t work for me. If it works for you, great. My problem seemed to be some type of conflict with either the subclipse plugin, or the M2Eclipse plugin. The following worked for me. Hopefully this is useful to you.

1.) shutdown flashbuilder
2.) in your workspace/.metadata/.plugins folder, delete any folder containing “subversion”, or “maven” in its name.
3.) restart flashbuilder

Hopefully this helps you out. If not, best of luck rebuilding your workspace.

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Posted by Andrew, filed under as3, Flex, Flexbuilder. Date: March 23, 2011, 10:48 am | 2 Comments »

2 Responses

  1. polyGeek Says:

    I had my hopes up but unfortunately this didn’t work for me. :-( I’ll keep futzing with it and maybe figure it out.

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    show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyways,
    just wanted to say fantastic blog!

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