CodeWarrior 32 file limit ???

Started by Darren December 17, 2003

Hi Guys,

I'm using the 32 file limited hc12 CodeWarrior and all
of a sudden CodeWarrior will not let me add files, says
I have reached the 32 file limit, I have 3 projects that
started as the same one. Some of these have more files
then other but it will not let me add to any ??
Even deleting several files doesn't help.

How are the files counted, is it all files, txt notes
etc, or just c file, h file etc ?

please help, project now stalled...

Darren Moore



Hi Darren,
It counts all the files. Have a look into the 'Link Order' tab of your
project.
It lists the files which count. As immediate help: remove there what you do
not need.
Note that the limitation is per project target.

If you use one of the upgrades (e.g. compiler upgrade), the limitation will
go away.

Best regards,
Erich

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Darren [mailto:]
> Sent: Mittwoch, 17. Dezember 2003 02:05
> To:
> Subject: [68HC12] CodeWarrior 32 file limit ??? >
> Hi Guys,
>
> I'm using the 32 file limited hc12 CodeWarrior and all
> of a sudden CodeWarrior will not let me add files, says
> I have reached the 32 file limit, I have 3 projects that
> started as the same one. Some of these have more files then
> other but it will not let me add to any ?? Even deleting
> several files doesn't help.
>
> How are the files counted, is it all files, txt notes
> etc, or just c file, h file etc ?
>
> please help, project now stalled...
>
> Darren Moore > --------------------




Thanks Erich,

Seems I must have had a 30 day special running and didn't
know, so it was quite a shock when it all stopped working.

I have since found what you have said below, it includes
the cmd files also, even if they most are empty, but you
can't removed them from the target. It would help if there
was an easy way to know what options are available, not sure
how I was to know that I was running the 30 day eval. Looking
at the license emails it just said it was the 12k free version.

I have since merged many small C files, most the beans
had generated, into a couple of files. At this stage I had
not budgeted on the upgrade cost, so that was a problem
also not sure how long it takes to get the upgrade delivered
to here (Australia).

I also removed the txt file and doc file, I am now well below
the 32 file limit.

Regards,
Darren
> Hi Darren,
> It counts all the files. Have a look into the 'Link Order' tab of your
> project.
> It lists the files which count. As immediate help: remove
> there what you do
> not need.
> Note that the limitation is per project target.
>
> If you use one of the upgrades (e.g. compiler upgrade), the
> limitation will
> go away.
>
> Best regards,
> Erich
>