Crossstudio 2.0 ARM - Always rebuild ?

Started by tomi February 3, 2010
In Crossstudio 2.0 ARM I always see this message "The project (...) is out
to date and needs to be build. Build the project before debugging ?" when I
start debug, even I don't change any source file. In version 1.7 only files
with changes needs to be rebuild.

Option "Always rebuild" is disabled in tree project name(..)-> Project
Properties and Source Files->Folder Properties->Always Rebuild=No.

Is another option for rebuild ?

An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

tomi schrieb:
> In Crossstudio 2.0 ARM I always see this message "The project (...) is out
> to date and needs to be build. Build the project before debugging ?" when I
> start debug, even I don't change any source file.

Did you turn back your PC's clock ?

> Option "Always rebuild" is disabled in tree project name(..)-> Project
> Properties and Source Files->Folder Properties->Always Rebuild=No.

Did you try: Setting the option, save project, close CS, and restart,
clear the option.

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Subject: Re: [lpc2000] Crossstudio 2.0 ARM - Always rebuild
?

> tomi schrieb:
> > In Crossstudio 2.0 ARM I always see this message "The
> > project (...) is out to date and needs to be build.
> > Build the project before debugging ?" when I start
> > debug, even I don't change any source file.
>
> Did you turn back your PC's clock ?
>

I've had this message and the problem was something like the Include
path in the project properties being incorrect.

--
Tim Mitchell

I didn't turn back my PC's clock.
I have found problem. One source file: armint.c in project had date from
future. I have removed file .hzp and .hzs and new project is working
correctly ;)
Thank, you for replies..

2010/2/3 42Bastian

> tomi schrieb:
>
> > In Crossstudio 2.0 ARM I always see this message "The project (...) is
> out
> > to date and needs to be build. Build the project before debugging ?" when
> I
> > start debug, even I don't change any source file.
>
> Did you turn back your PC's clock ?
> > Option "Always rebuild" is disabled in tree project name(..)-> Project
> > Properties and Source Files->Folder Properties->Always Rebuild=No.
>
> Did you try: Setting the option, save project, close CS, and restart,
> clear the option.
>
> --
> 42Bastian
> +
> | http://www.sciopta.com
> | Fastest direct message passing kernel.
> | IEC61508 certified.
> +
>
>
There's a build environment option - "show build information" that will spill details to the build log of why/why not a build occurs.

Regards
Michael

--- In l..., tomi wrote:
>
> I didn't turn back my PC's clock.
> I have found problem. One source file: armint.c in project had date from
> future. I have removed file .hzp and .hzs and new project is working
> correctly ;)
> Thank, you for replies..
>
> 2010/2/3 42Bastian >
> >
> > tomi schrieb:
> >
> > > In Crossstudio 2.0 ARM I always see this message "The project (...) is
> > out
> > > to date and needs to be build. Build the project before debugging ?" when
> > I
> > > start debug, even I don't change any source file.
> >
> > Did you turn back your PC's clock ?
> >
> >
> > > Option "Always rebuild" is disabled in tree project name(..)-> Project
> > > Properties and Source Files->Folder Properties->Always Rebuild=No.
> >
> > Did you try: Setting the option, save project, close CS, and restart,
> > clear the option.
> >
> > --
> > 42Bastian
> > +
> > | http://www.sciopta.com
> > | Fastest direct message passing kernel.
> > | IEC61508 certified.
> > +
> >
>