I have a strange problem with FlashBuilder beta 2. The compiler seem to get "stuck" and produce the same swf even when I change the source code.
I have tried to clean the project. Throw away the files in the bin folder and recreate them. But this has no effect, FlashBuilder still produce the same old "stuck" swf.
If I change the name of the main application file, the changes in source code are respected and I get fresh, new "correct" version of my swf.
However, if I clean the project and then change the name of the main application file back again, FB produce the old incorrect version of the swf.
It is not the browser or webserver that are using cached files. I have checked the produced swf files and they are binary identical. So the problem must be in FB.
Can anyone of you help me?
Does the compiler keep (partially) compiled files?
If so - how do I "clean" the project manually?
And why does not the normal Project > Clean work?
All help is very appreciated.
I found a solution to my problem.
If I change SDK (to a different nightly build). Build my project and then change back to the SDK I had to start with, the problem goes away.
(This convoluted procedure seem to do a better job cleaning up the project than Project > Clean)
One thing you could try is change the source (put a space somewhere) then ctrl-s (manual save) then compile. This seems to work on cache issues with FB beta 2.
I tried that, but it did not help.
The only way I have found that helped is to change SDK, compile and then change back again.