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Re: Re: Wolfram Workbench

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  • Subject: [mg70703] Re: [mg70663] Re: Wolfram Workbench
  • From: "Chris Chiasson" <chris at>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2006 02:51:22 -0400 (EDT)
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I've never heard of that happening. However, once I saw how ugly the
imports were, I stopped trying to import notebooks. Have you searched
your hard drive and network shares for the notebook file to see if it
"went" somewhere?

On 10/22/06, hakraai <hakraai at> wrote:
> I decided to try out the workbench today, to see if the debugging would work for me.
> I created a new project.
> Then I tried to import an existing notebook, using both options (input/initialization) which resulted in exactly nothing showing up in the imported file (except for a header).
> The import did however manage to screw up my original notebook file, which, of course, should NEVER be possible in  an import. Perhaps naively I did not back up my original file before. This seems to me like a serious programming error. An import should always read a file read-only. It is unacceptable that changes are made to the imported file without even any warning.
> My well-organized notebook was turned into some flat *.m - type document. Of course, the codes are still in (I hope) but in an unusable form. I have a week old backup, but I made quite a lot of changes, also in the formatting which is of course irrecoverable. This is frustrating. Did I do something wrong? Any suggestion of how to turn this back into a notebook format?
> Harrie


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