by Kevin Schroeder | 12:00 am

Two imperative Zend Studio commands

In a perfect world software works all the time…

So, you can stop laughing now. But if something gets really messed up there are a couple of options that you have to make it work again.

Often, one of the reasons for a hung instance of Zend Studio is a broken workspace. Zend Studio, and Eclipse, cache a LOT of information and the IDE is highly dependent on that information. Sometimes that information gets royally mangled. If the workspace is salvagable, and it usually is, the easiest way to fix the problem is to have Studio clean its cache.

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