Search for references to method in Project

Posted on 2008-11-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
When I search for references to a method in a Project, I get the references in the bin folder, not the source folder. (right click on method-> References -> Project). This is no help, I need the source.

Version: 3.4.1
Build id: M20080911-1700

Question by:allelopath
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    Do you *have* source?
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    Author Comment

    Yes, I have source, it is in the folder "code", e.g code/mycompany/somepackage/

    To test this further, I created a working set which contains the code folder, but it is not finding anything.
    I know there is something to find by using another search tool to check.

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    Author Comment

    I don't know what's going on ... I think this latest version of Eclipse has some bugs because I'm noticing some other things.

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