2009-09-29 11:04:00 UTC
On my system the compiler is not able to compile the "Interface
Explorer.bas" file supplied with the compiler and located in the
"C:\PBWin80\Samples\DDT\Interface Explorer\" folder.
The compiler wrongly triggers "Error 493 in .bas(0:000).....". And when the
error dialog box is closed the error message: "Cannot access resource
compiler results" is outputed to the debug/message window.
I have experiment a bit with this and this is what I found:
1: Moved the folder in question to "C:\Interface Explorer\". Compiles fine
2. Removed the space in both the folder and filename in the original
location of the folder/file. Compiles fine
This sums up to this:
The compiler accept files- and folder names with spaces; only under some
circumstances, without it being clear what rules applies.
At least to me, but I'm not a Windows long file name guru.
Hopefully someone could comment on this.