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PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:31 am
by aek
You are probably correct in your determination.

This is a compiler issue, not related to Salvo per se. I think that the compiler has optional switches to place the intermediate and/or object modules in a specified directory (in a sense, a "working directory" for the compiler), and these switches should be accessible either through Hi_tech plugins for MPLAB, or as discrete command-line switches for the compiler.

So, I would suggest that you check with Hi-Tech for a solution -- basically, you need a solution when compiling and linking modules that are located on a read-only drive.


Re: Salvo-installation

PostPosted: Thu Jun 18, 2009 11:32 am
by larsbn
Dear Sir,
In order to offer an RTOS course for students at our university, we're trying to install Salvo Lite on the Campus Network. Programs are stored on a disk where student users do not have write authorities.

Hence, Salvo is on a disk where the users cannot write anything, while there PIC RTOS projects are located in there home directories.

The problem is that when we try to complie a Slavo RTOS application in MPLAB, we get the following error message (we use HI-TECH PICC18 STD compiler):

Error[378] : can't create error file "mem.cce"

I guess that is because the compiler is trying to write data into the Salvo library which is located on a disk where the user has no write access.

Am I right? Do you have any solution to this problem?

Prof. Lars Bengtsson
University if Gothenburg