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> Interestingly, look at the mcp file in Explorer, it's zero Kb. Refresh
> once, and it's still zero kB. Refresh again, and lo - it's 1 Kb. Not
> all the time, mind you, but most of the time.
Yes, the .mcp file generated by mplab has several stages during savings. At
the very first stage, when a new mcp file is created it look like this:
After saving the project without close the workspace, it looks like this:
In order to rescue a "project" we have to distinguish between Workspace
file and Project file.
The project file seems to have the cookie and files paths.
A possible solution may be:
1.- delete the .mcp file
2.- open the workspace disregarding the missing file
3.- generate another project by clicking Project/new and adding the .asm
.cod etc files again.
With this method you don't have to re-create, stimulus, debugging
stopwatch, watch windows, selected device, programmer, debugger tool,
ufffff, practically all your debugging work.
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|> Howard wrote:
> > Interestingly, look at the mcp file in Explorer, it's zero Kb. Refresh
> > once, and it's still zero kB. Refresh again, and lo - it's 1 Kb. Not
> > all the time, mind you, but most of the time.
Umm... I don't quite agree with that.
Firstly, yes, the *.mcp file saves as you say, however, on my machine it
never gets above 1kB long.
The *mcw file does though - it is 29Kb on my present project.
Secondly, it's not a short simple matter to setup the project again, I
find that ALL the settings have to be gone through.
Thirdly, why are we doing this? Why doesn't it work?
I apologise that I don't have the know-how to figure it out, to fix it,
or even to find out what's wrong. I suspect (note suspect - I really
don't know!) MicroChip is just not saving files as per every other darn
program on the planet.
Surely, if I command "Save" it should do just that. And why does the
cookie problem seem to be cropping up so many times, but MicroChip say
they cannot duplicate it.
That's fine, I suppose - bit hard to fix something which they cannot
see, but I assure them the problem is there!
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