Typically, Eclipse-based products will prompt the user for a workspace when the application is launched. DVM Studio, however, uses or creates dvm_workspace automatically. If a user wants to test a new version of Studio without the risk of the workspace being corrupted or modified to the point where they cannot revert it back the prior version, they must manually locate the default workspace and rename the file before launching Studio.
How should it work?
DVM Studio should default to prompting the user for a workspace at startup and allow the user to change this behavior in the preferences section.
|Customer Name||Joe Carroll|
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