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#1 mamisano

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Posted 14 May 2007 - 03:13 PM

Hi All,
Just playing with the latest 070 build and a fresh download of nativeEx_barebone. For some reason, the NewProjectStructure script is not fully creating the necessary folders and files under the Support directory. I am attaching 2 log files, one from after running the New Proj Struct script, the second after trying to build.

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Posted 14 May 2007 - 03:25 PM

Hi All,
Just playing with the latest 070 build and a fresh download of nativeEx_barebone. For some reason, the NewProjectStructure script is not fully creating the necessary folders and files under the Support directory. I am attaching 2 log files, one from after running the New Proj Struct script, the second after trying to build.

Thanks,

The first issue happens because you do upgrade from a little bit older version.
The resulting structure is correct. I should suppress the error in this case.

To the second:
I think there is a bug in the script: I missed one line.
Please check and change if necessary:
In script.project the line
%ProjectInfo%=%ProjectTemplates%\ProjectInfo.ini

Peter

EDIT: Fixed version of script on server.

Edited by psc, 14 May 2007 - 03:30 PM.
New version on server


#3 mamisano

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Posted 14 May 2007 - 04:49 PM

Thanks, will check it out.

One other thing, I think you need "System,RefreshInterface" added to the [doit] section. For some reason the interface does not update with "This script has already been run" unless you add the refresh right after it.

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Posted 14 May 2007 - 04:54 PM

Thanks, will check it out.

One other thing, I think you need "System,RefreshInterface" added to the [doit] section. For some reason the interface does not update with "This script has already been run" unless you add the refresh right after it.


In the mean time I saw this, too.
It has been inside but is lost anyway.
I actualized some minutes ago.




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