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Re: clean.bat every time

When you say reset the simulator, do you mean you are using Reset from the File menu, closing and re-opening the simulator or running clean.bat?

 

Closing and re-opening the simulator should be enough to pick up the new cod file.  Choosing reset should have a similar affect to closing and re-opening it, and would be redundant.  Note that if you are using Windows Vista you will need to end task on the simulator to close it completely (this is a known issue).

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Re: clean.bat every time

Hi Mark,

>When you say reset the simulator, do you mean you are using Reset from the File menu, closing and re-opening the >simulator or running clean.bat?

 

Reset from File menu

 

>Closing and re-opening the simulator should be enough to pick up the new cod file. 

 

Then it should really work to skip the reset from the File menu since I do shutdown the simulator in order to

be able to change the program and then start the simulator again by clicking debug in jde. But that does not

work. I do not get the newly compiled module. I have to an intermediate step of reset and close the simulator

and do a start debug from the jde again. It shure beats running the clean.bat in time elapssed though  :-)

See my previous posting

 

 

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