Author Topic: 22.0.1: Regression on Windows case-sensitivity bug (multi-buffers same file)  (Read 915 times)

jaymmartin

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Getting multiple buffers for the same file again after a compile with the difference being "c:\..." vs "C:\..." for the created buffers.

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I can't seem to reproduce this. Can you give any more details for how to reproduce this?

jaymmartin

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-- cmd window has "C:" not "c:" in path.
-- running slickedit with a project as first file parameter.
-- Project Tools for compile (Config:Debug)
    Command Line: c:\...\clbatchfile.bat %n%e     (Calls "cl" with bunch of parameters).
    Run from dir: %p

How I generate a duplicate buffer:
= I run editor with files: main.cpp header.h (files show with "C:")
= I put some uncompilable code in header.h, save and push the compile key combo.
= I press ctrl-N (Brief mode) to go to the error.  At this point a duplicate buffer
is created with "c:" in the file name.


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Does the error message have lower case "c:" in it? Please post the error message output. Thanks

jaymmartin

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Build message:

C>c:\sys\slickedit2017new\win\vsbuild -signal 52073 -command c:\jay\bin\secltrunkax.bat sim.cpp
 VSLICKERRORPATH="C:\jay\trunk\dot11ax"
c:\jay\bin\secltrunkax.bat sim.cpp
sim.cpp
c:\jay\trunk\dot11ax\dot11_mac.h(424): error C4430: missing type specifier - int assumed. Note: C++ does not support default-int

C:\jay\trunk\dot11ax


Clark

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I just managed to reproduce this. Not sure what I did different but I should be able to figure what the problem is soon.

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This is the same version as another release 22.0.1 on 12/8.
Will installing this confuse future hotfixes?
Looks like a number of *.e files has changed, along with many/most of the binaries.

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It's essentially 22.0.1 with the latest hot fixes. There is a state file build date in the about information which will at least let us not what installer you have. If this is too confusing, wait until 22.0.2 is built.

22.0.2 will likely out in a month.

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(nvm -- just saw hotfix for 22.0.1, answered question)
« Last Edit: January 10, 2018, 09:19:16 pm by jwiede »