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    Unable to open path\\file.inc -- File not found

    I am getting this error on my Silk 5.0.3.2 computer when trying to use (use <path>\<file>.inc") COMPILED files (.ino's not the inc's...) that were compiled with a 5.0.3 computer.

    A 5.0.3 computer can compile and use files from a location that only has the .ino's (the use statement points to a inc file but the only file there is its compiled version, ino, but it works fine) but a 5.0.3.2 computer will give the error (in the subject line) unless I also move the .inc files to the same location.

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Unable to open path\\file.inc -- File not found

    Just a guess --

    The complied .ino file probably contains a "use" include statement looking for a file with a path that no longer exists.

    You would either need to supply the file at the expected location or recompile the .inc with a good location.



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    Re: Unable to open path\\file.inc -- File not found

    We've had some similar issues in that we post a lot of SilkTest code on our web site, but we publish it only in .ino format. However, we created those .ino files with SilkTest 5.5, and no one can use them on 5.032. So they're not compatible.

    May be a similar issue between other version.s

    Something to try: after you've moved the .inc file into the directory, use 5.032 to compile a new .ino file. Then move the .inc file away again. I bet that 5.032 can use the new .ino file by itself.

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    Re: Unable to open path\\file.inc -- File not found

    Thanks dcreed...that worked. I just added a new directory that holds the 5032 compiled files and it works fine.

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    Re: Unable to open path\\file.inc -- File not found

    Dave:
    Would you happen to know if the .ino files are compatible the other way --

    i.e.: do files compiled with SilkTest 5.0.x work with SilkTest 5.5 ?

    Thanks,


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    Re: Unable to open path\\file.inc -- File not found

    <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by RobKapteyn:
    Dave:
    Would you happen to know if the .ino files are compatible the other way --

    i.e.: do files compiled with SilkTest 5.0.x work with SilkTest 5.5 ?

    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    No idea. E-mail me a 5.0.x compiled file and I'd be happy to try it on my 5.5 installation here.

    - Dave


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