1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 8, 2011 8:52 PM by content.librarian

    Nw Creator update , bur BUG have anniversary

    robert.seczkowski

      This BUG was reported 2 years ago. It seem very difficult to put brackets around directories that spaces would be interpreted as dir continuation.

         

      Regards

         

      robert

         

      C:\Program Files\Cypress\PSoC Creator\1.0\PSoC Creator\bin\cyp3isrpatcher.exe "C:/Projects/PSOC/psoc3/PSoC 3 FirstTouch Starter Kit/1.0/Firmware/ProximitySense/ProximitySense.cydsn/DP8051_Keil_816/Release/ProximitySense.omf"
      The application 'C:\Program' could not be started. Error: '%1 is not a valid Win32 application.
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      The command 'C:\Program Files\Cypress\PSoC Creator\1.0\PSoC Creator\bin\cyp3isrpatcher.exe' failed with exit code '2147483650'.
      --------------- Build Failed: 02/04/2011 08:00:20 ---------------

        • 1. Re: Nw Creator update , bur BUG have anniversary
          content.librarian

          Are you saying the build won't happen because of the spaces in the path?  I'm able to build projects were spaces are in the path:

             

           

             

                                

             

          cyhextool "-o" "C:/Documents and Settings/rjo/My Documents/PSoC Creator/UART Test/UART Test.cydsn/DP8051_Keil_816/Debug/UART Test.hex" "-f" "C:/Documents and Settings/rjo/My Documents/PSoC Creator/UART Test/UART Test.cydsn/DP8051_Keil_816/Debug/UART Test.ihx" "-prot" "C:\Documents and Settings\rjo\My Documents\PSoC Creator\UART Test\UART Test.cydsn\Generated_Source\PSoC3\protect.hex" "-id" "E028069" "-cunv" "00000004" "-meta" "0101" "-a" "EEPROM=90200000:800,PROGRAM=00000000:10000,CONFIG=80000000:2000,PROTECT=90400000:40"

             

          Flash used: 3279 of 65536 bytes (5.0 %).

             

          SRAM used: 564 of 8192 bytes (6.9 %).

             

          --------------- Build Succeeded: 02/08/2011 18:50:20 ---------------

             

           

             

               At one point we had a character issue, where if their were too many characters in the path, it wouldn't build.  I'm not sure if we fixed that, or if it was an actual problem with Windows. 

             

           

             

           

             

               -Bobby