[jitsi-dev] Refreshing / deleting image cache?


#1

In images.properties, I see the
property service.protocol.jabber.JABBER_64x64=resources/images/protocol/jabber/logo64x64.png

If I just overwrite the logo64x64.png file, it has no effect, and the
program keeps showing the old image.

But if I change the property to newLogo.png and rename the file to
newLogo.png, then everything works.

So its definitely caching the images somewhere.

Can anyone please point out where the cached image files are stored, or
which ant target to run so that the images are reloaded?

Thanks.


#2

After a lot of pain, blood, and tears, I've discovered that deleting
everything from the 'classes' directory and then recompiling via
make-and-deploy forces the new images to be used.

ยทยทยท

On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 5:32 AM, Ali Akhtar <ali.rac200@gmail.com> wrote:

In images.properties, I see the
property service.protocol.jabber.JABBER_64x64=resources/images/protocol/jabber/logo64x64.png

If I just overwrite the logo64x64.png file, it has no effect, and the
program keeps showing the old image.

But if I change the property to newLogo.png and rename the file to
newLogo.png, then everything works.

So its definitely caching the images somewhere.

Can anyone please point out where the cached image files are stored, or
which ant target to run so that the images are reloaded?

Thanks.