Clean and reinitialize workspace

If you are using ColdFusion Builder with a workspace from a Beta release, clean and reinitialize the workspace before installing the release version of ColdFusion Builder. In general, when you use existing workspaces with a new installation of ColdFusion Builder, Adobe recommends that you clean and reinitialize your workspace before the installation.

Use the following platform-specific procedures to clean the workspace. In addition to cleaning the workspace, this operation also reinitializes any cached bundle data.

Note: This operation does not remove or alter projects that exist in the workspace in any way.

Clean and reinitialize workspace for standalone configuration

Windows and Mac OS X platform

  1. Close ColdFusion Builder.

  2. Clear the cached plug-ins by starting ColdFusion Builder using the -clean option.

    (For Windows) Run the following command in the command prompt:

    CFBuilder.exe -clean

    (For Mac OS X) In the terminal, go to ColdFusion Builder Installation directory/CFBuilder.app/Contents/MacOS/, and run the following command:

    ./CFBuilder -clean

Clean and reinitialize workspace for plug-in configuration

Windows and Mac OS X platform

  1. Close the ColdFusion Builder perspective in Eclipse, and then close Eclipse.

  2. Go to the directory that contains the ColdFusion Builder plug-ins installation.

  3. In the Uninstall Adobe ColdFusion Builder Plug-ins directory, double-click the Uninstall Adobe ColdFusion Builder Plug-ins executable file.

  4. Click Uninstall in the Uninstall Adobe ColdFusion Builder wizard.

  5. Clear the cached plug-ins by starting Eclipse using the -clean option.

    (For Windows) Run the following command in the command prompt:

    eclipse.exe -clean

    (For Mac OS X) In the terminal, go to Eclipse home directory/Eclipse.app/Contents/MacOS/, and run the following command:

    ./eclipse -clean

  6. Close Eclipse.

  7. Install the ColdFusion Builder plug-ins. For more information on installing the ColdFusion Builder plug-ins, see Install the ColdFusion Builder plug-in configuration.

  8. Start Eclipse using the -clean option.

    (For Windows) Run the following command in the command prompt:

    eclipse.exe -clean

    (For Mac OS X) In the terminal, go to Eclipse home directory/Eclipse.app/Contents/MacOS/, and run the following command:

    ./eclipse -clean