I didn't think I was keeping it open as I load all the nodes into memory at the beginning or upon demand (if that is the option selected), so there is no reason to keep it open. I was going to leave it to the weekend, but I'll take a look now.Does Object Browser hold the xml files open after reading them? If have it open while I try to regenerate a library jar and its xml I get a "process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process" error and have to close Object Browser and reopen it after generating the xml file. This is a bit inconvenient while I am trying to tidy up the comments in a library. Ideally I would like to be able to keep it open and just refresh it like I do in the IDE Libs tab.
EDIT:- Sorry, forget this. For some reason it's working OK today. I'm baffled why it didn't yesterday
EDIT AGAIN :- The problem has just come back After being able to edit and regenerate the jar and xml with Object Browser open and then just refresh it it has now given the error and I had to close Object Browser to allow the compiler to regenerate the xml. Very strange!