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Posted: 04/10/2004, 3:07 AM


I'm getting the following warning when I'm re-compiling new code in Codecharge

'This file has been modified outside CodeCharge' , with an option to overwrite.

It's not a show stopper it's a real pain in the ass because I have to ok the dialogue box every time! Why does CodeCharge think I'm modifying code here? Anyone else come accross this?


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Posted: 04/11/2004, 10:12 AM

I am guessing that your PUBLISH folder is set to your project folder. Ideally you "work" on the project from your working folder and "publish" to a different folder. That works fine for me all the time.

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Posted: 04/28/2004, 2:35 AM

It's your system date is not in mm/dd/yyyy format.
CC expects the US date format (Bad deal YS) .

For your development session, change your date settings to the US format and the annoying (and UNNECESSARY) dialog will go away.

If you test it out, you'll see this is the case, sadly!!

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Posted: 04/28/2004, 12:33 PM

I have hard time believing this because 50% of our users are based internationally and we'd expect that most people would be reporting this issue to us. Possibly there is some related problem that works in connection with the date format.
If anyone experiences this problem (due to the date format) I recommend contacting our support and we'll try to fix it.
Otherwise this problem indeed could happen when the publishing folder is the same as the project folder - they should be different.
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Posted: 04/29/2004, 3:14 PM

Hi Peter,

With CC, all files are in the one folder when developing, it's CCS which needs them separate. The original question is for CC, not CCS.

I have to regularly change my date format locally to overcome the message. This was reported to support ages ago with no resolution.

I flip the date settings back and forth as I need to.
I just live with it - as I say, sadly.

Posted: 04/29/2004, 10:02 PM

Hi again Peter,

Curious - we may both be OK here.
We have four licences and the noted behaviour is not consistent. With IE Version: 6.0.2800.1106 it seems it may be OK. I'm about to go to that build and find out....



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Posted: 04/29/2004, 10:26 PM

Thanks. Please let me know.
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