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Changing Digi ESP workspace breaks compiler?

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Hi All,

I think I have found a weird bug with the Digi ESP and Net OS 7.4.

When I switch my workspace to an arbitrary location e.g.

C:\Digi_Stuff\workspace\

and then try to create a brand new simple project it doesn't compile or build.

Here is the build console output

http://pastie.org/1872333

I am targeting Digi Connect ME 9210

In my "Problems" tab I see the following errors:

Severity Description Resource In Folder Location Creation Time Id
2 *** [bsp/7_4/connectme9210/lib/libbsp.a] Error 2 TestProject May 6, 2011 10:16:46 AM 2




Severity Description Resource In Folder Location Creation Time Id
2 ../../src/bsp/platforms/connectme9210_esp/Makefile.bsp: Permission denied [../../Makefile.tools] TestProject line 35 May 6, 2011 10:16:46 AM 0





Severity Description Resource In Folder Location Creation Time Id
2 *** You have entered an invalid platform, the valid platforms are: ns9750_a, ns9360_a, ns7520_a, ns9210_a, connectme9210, connectwiem9210, ns9215_test connectcore9p9215_a connectcorewi9p9215_a connectme, connectem, connectsp, connectwisp, connectwime, connectwiem, net50bga_a, connectcore9c_a, connectcorewi9c_a, connectcore7u_a, connectcore9p9360_a. Stop. [../../Makefile.tools] TestProject line 57 May 6, 2011 10:16:46 AM 1




Does anyone have any thoughts on this? Is this a bug? It seems dumb that digi ESP let's me switch workspaces but then doesn't actually let me build anything when I do.

Thanks,
Gordon
asked May 6, 2011 in NET+OS by gpotter New to the Community (2 points)

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2 Answers

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Firstly i would like to check whether you have administrative privileges or not?

"Permision denied"looks like a privilege issue.

I have created a my 2nd workspace in
C:\Users\bob\Documents\Digi_ESP\workspace_74_2nd
. i am using win 7. i dont have any issue.
try creating a workspace in your documents folder.
answered May 9, 2011 by bobthomas13 Seasoned Professional (182 points)
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I usually keep my workspace in C:\netos\workspace... and that doesn't seem to be a problem. This is most likely a permissions issue.
answered Jun 21, 2011 by mcarver Community Contributor (108 points)
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