Since yesterday my SDK has been refusing to handshake with git to any repo, and I can’t seem to connect to the plugins catalgues either. (git from command line works)
I am using the old 3.0 SDK because I’m working on a long time project that cannot upgrade at this point.
Just before this started to occur I had to force close the SDK which went berserk, as it will do every once in a while if a certain type of fullscreen application is run on my computer (even though it is completely unrelated to the SDK). On such rare occasions the SDK starts spewing exceptions via popup bubbles in the lower right corner (most of which have no real error message), and it starts using almost 100% of my cpu. Simply clicking close on the SDK doesn’t stop it either, so it has to be shot down.
Double checked for proxy settings and even temp disabled my firewall but it has to be some sort of config corruption.
My question is, is there a pain free way to reinstall/repair my ancient 3.0 SDK? For the moment I can keep on working by using git from command line but I’d hate to disrupt my workflow by losing all the open projects, tabs, color schemes, and libraries by doing a clean reinstall if it isn’t absolutely necessary.