Play! framework - views aren't compiled?

I created a new project and working with eclipse (used eclipsify command). basically, I moved the app directory from an old project to the new one I created.

the problem is that eclipse doesn't recognize the views. I get errors like:

views.html.viewTopic cannot be resolved to a type

I tried to play compile but it didn't help. so I got 40 errors. all of them connected to the fact that the views aren't compiled and therefore, the eclipse doesn't recognize them (my guess of course).

what can I do? by the way, the old project compiled and ran without a problem (I used intellij)

Answers


The best you can do is just search the Stack Overflow as this topic was discussed really many times.


  • Run 'play eclipse' on the command line
  • In Eclipse, refresh your Project via hitting F5

Re-run the command in play console with the sources this time: $ eclipse with-source=true

And then go to eclipse and clean your project and build all


OK, I solved it.

  • I created a new app again
  • moved app dir
  • only then ran the command play idea

According to jetbrains, the issue with templates is fixed. If you have play 2 generated source sources included in the IDEA project then you should exclude this folder from the project

http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/webhelp/configuring-folders-within-a-content-root.html

and do File | Invalidate caches and restart.

If you have an SBT project, open it in IDEA via File | Import Project | Sbt type project

Make sure to use the latest Scala and Play 2 plugins.


For Java Play Framework v2.4.6 (activator v1.3.7) with Eclipse Mars:

So that you will not have a "can not resolve error" with your viewTopic.render(), you can add this <classpathentry kind="lib" path="target/scala-2.11/classes"/> to your .classpath or right-click on your project -> Build Path -> Configure Build Path -> Add Class Folder and make it point to target/scala-2.11/classes.


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