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Old 11-15-2007, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When I choose debug->go in the BB JDE IDE, the simulator is quite obviously not running the latest just-built code. Because if I build then delete the .cod and .jar, then choose debug->go, the simulator still has my application present.

I've tried File->Load Java Program ..., but this doesn't seem to load the new version of my app either.

I've tried to delete my app from the simulated BB, but it doesn't show up in Options->Advanced Options->Applications.

How can I reset the simulator to the initial null state it was in the very first time I ran it? And/or how can I run the latest build of my app in the simulator?
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I found File->Erase Simulator File in the JDE. How stupid and annoying.
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It's amazing how many ways the JDE can frustrate development.

If you find the .bat file that gets launched you can add /clear-flash as a command line option. That will help ensure that your simulator starts clean every time. I also like /keep-lcd-on so the screen won't blank out on me.

In the "simulator" folder of your JDE installation you can type "fledge /help" to see the list of arguments that can be passed into the simulator.
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