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PSoC Creator & Designer Software

Anonymous
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        My project uses a setpoint region temperature valuator, with a point set at 30 degC   
When generating the application I get multiple errors and the project is not generated.   
In the FunctionParamDecl.h file, lines referring to the valuator look like :   
   
#define ID_pse_valuator_1_m40,00_to_30,00_C_VALUE 0   
#define ID_pse_valuator_1_30,00_to_125,00_C_VALUE 1   
(etc.)   
   
which are incorrect in C langage (inexpected commas).   
   
This is because the implicit decimal separator used in some non-US countries, e.g. French, is a comma, not a point.   
   
One solution is to make Windows change the implicit decimal separator when running PSoC Designer, but this is tedious and prone to forgetting.   
   
Question : is there a workaround currently available in PSoC Designer ?   
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Anonymous
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        You would also have the same problem with a '.' in 'C' - you need to find another work-around.   
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Anonymous
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        No, using '.' as decimal separator works fine, while using ',' causes a crash.   
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