That's terrible and project crippling news. I was able to get the project to load when deleting most of the objects, so I guess I'll trial and error try and hunt down what object CocoonJS is looking for. Some sort of error report or log would be REALLY helpful for instances like this where the only problem from my end is a missing image, and when I have over 150 images linked to various events, it would save me a whole lot of time to see "oh, it's missing image A.png"
Our by hand merges were following the How Do I: Thread on the subject, so I did not think it was the wrong thing to do, I'll look over your SVN tutorial again, but the last time I tried to set it up I sunk a ton of time into it with little results. We started on this project almost a year ago, before cocoonJS was viable, so we've not been trying to test on cocoonJS until recently when strides were made (spritefont support specifically) so we do not have a "working cocoonjs version" all of our backups have the same error (which does narrow down which areas of the code could be causing the error)
I just found your (new?) SVN tutorial,
and I'm going to read through it today and try to set it up tonight after work. It is much more detailed that previous SVN tutorials, so thank you for putting this together.Greg2013-04-29 17:32:02