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    Beginner Beginner MichaelS is on a distinguished road
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    Groovy object not found after import from Git-Repository

    Hello,

    a colleague shared a project via a git repository (Dave 4.3.2).
    When I'm trying to import it into Dave, I recognize two things:
    1. the Project has switched its configuration from "Debug" to "Release", while my colleque pushed it with an active "Debug" configuration. (Its not really a problem, but unexpected)
    2. When I'm trying to compile the project, all Dave-Apps seem to be unrecognized and the compiler throws many error messages "Groovy object not found...". I have absolutely no clue how to solve this!
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    Can somebody give me a hint how to fix this problem or what causes it?

    Thanks,
    Michael

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    Hi,

    Can you check the existence of the file <Project>/DAVE/Model/projectData.bin?

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    Jesus
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    Beginner Beginner MichaelS is on a distinguished road
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    Hello,

    the projectData.bin exists. My colleague and me compared his and my version of this file. Mine has only a size of 2kb while his has 1,5Mb.
    I tried to override my file with his version (send to me over another way) and the project compiled successfully without errors.
    So this was the error cause! Thank you!

    Now is the question, why his git does not pull this file to the repository?

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    Beginner Beginner MichaelS is on a distinguished road
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    Hello,

    we found the solution! It seems that the file was inadvertently added to the ignore-list of git.
    We removed it manually by opening the <Project>/DAVE/Model/.gitignore file with the editor and delete the listed "projectData.bin" from this file.

    Best regads,
    Michael

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