yes… this can happen from time to time. Most likely Eclipse did not recognize latest file changes. Here are some tips to get rid of build errors in Eclipse:
- Select all bundles in “Bndtools Explorer” (Ctrl + A) and press F5 to refresh them.
This helps, if Eclipse did not recognize no files in existing bundles.
- Open File → Import in the menu and select Bndtools → Existing Bnd Workspace to reimport all bundles
This helps, if there were new bundles added in the meantime. Those are not opened automatically by Eclipse and would give you an error while resolving a bndrun file.
- Open Bndtools → Refresh Repositories in the menu
This makes sure the pom.xml file is re-read and external dependencies and libaries are downloaded or updated.
- Open Project → Clean… in the menu, select Clean all projects and press the Clean button
This builds again all projects. Usually this is should be done automatically, but who knows…
- If all of the above do not help, you can always create a new workspace as described in Getting Started
This should be never required. I personally switch branches quite often for reviews and new developments and did not have to rebuild my workspace since many months.