Project::setPaths to switch the file tree to match the current tab. That is getting serialized to somewhere and when I open the project again the wrong tree is showing which makes the project unusable.
The sequence of events follows. Even though I talk about the one package the problem is in Atom. You’ll see what I mean at the end.
- open folder A
- open tab from project B
- switches tree to project B
- it used
- close tab - tree still changed to B
- close Atom
- Open project A and it actually opens project B
- this happens via all open methods
~/.atom and problem didn’t go away. Atom is storing this
setpaths serialization somewhere.
How do I fix this? I can’t access project A any more.
Edit: I deleted all copies of project B from my system and tried to open project A again. Now it is opening my root directory