07-17-2008 11:11 AM
When building the project I am getting the following error:
I/O Error: Invalid key name in property: '.mine'.
Error while building project
Any ideas on how to solve this? I Googled for without success.
Solved! Go to Solution.
07-17-2008 11:17 AM
07-17-2008 11:28 AM
Thank you for the prompt reply, MSohm. The answers to your questions follow:
1. What type of project are you creating, a BlackBerry CLDC application or MIDlet?
It is a BlackBerry CLDC application
2. Are you building the application from source code or converting a JAR file into a COD file?
We have both source code and a JAR file. The JAR file is added as a library (kxml.jar)
3. Is there a JAD file added to the project?
We don't add a JAD. We do have a JAR file as I mentioned in the previous answer.
07-17-2008 11:50 AM
07-17-2008 01:01 PM
Can you search for a .mine entry? This could be in the .jad, .rapc or in a mainfist file.
How are you making use of the library file? The link below explains how to create a library cod file from a jar.
Or if you just want to incorporate the classes from the kxml.jar into your application, then you should add the .jar file to the project, not reference it as a library.
How To - Compile a jar file into a BlackBerry Library
Article Number: DB-00042
07-17-2008 01:04 PM
This is an artifact of a failed update from subversion or CVS or another source code control system. Clean out your directory, do a fresh checkout from SVN, and try it again.
The .mine is from your version of a source file under source control.
07-17-2008 02:27 PM
Thank you, guys. We do use SVN.
We did a cleanup of the folder and then did a fresh checkout as you recommend. We also did a search in the entire folder for the .mine and could not find any file with it. Any other ideas?
07-17-2008 02:29 PM
07-17-2008 03:19 PM
Sorry, I did not make it clear. We already have the JAR file in its own library and we still get the error. When also get the error if the library is already built (from a previous build when it used to work) and we still get the error.