I'm trying to de-bug a project and using a lot of trace statements. When I debug the file in a browser (Firefox) it often fails to re-compile with the result that the most recent trace statements are ignored. I've tried clearing my recent history but that does not help. I'm using Flash Buider 4.6 on a Mac. Can anyone suggest a solution?
Does Project -> Clean do the trick?
It does solve the problem. How to I know when to clean? It's dangerous when a project fails to compile as it is easy to make false assumptions.
Thanks for your solution.
Sometimes the compiler has trouble picking up changes in dependent libraries, or it doesn't know in which order to build the projects, so you get unexpected results.
I've just gotten in the habit of doing a clean whenever I actually run the project. I just use the auto-build to check for compiler errors. Also, you probably do not need to clean the whole workspace, just doing a clean on the main application project should do the trick. However, I sometimes have to clean a library project as well, if I make changes to the manifest.xml, or something along those lines.