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"Philip E. Johnson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 24 Mar 1997 10:44:40 -0600
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William Pritchett wrote:
>
> In my evaluation of ObjectAda I have experienced this many times.
> Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.  I'm hoping the latest
> version (which I do not yet have) solves this problem.  That patch I
> downloaded and installed from their web site certainly did not.
> Reinstalling doesn't help (I did it twice).  It's one of those things I've
> chalked to the environment being new and still a little buggy (thanks to
> Microsoft my expectations for reliable PC software are somewhat low
>> David Weller wrote:
>> Now, on to the question:
>> I create a project.  Easy.  I tell project to add about 20 files to
>> the project.  Easy.  I click "CLose" on the dialog.  A spinning
>> hourglass appears...forever.  No indication of what's happening,
>> nothing, just a spinning dialog.  Task Manager shows that OA is "Not
>> Responding".  I'm assuming this is a Bad Thing(tm).  I tried "sneaking
>> up on it" by adding a few files at a time, but once I go beyond a
>> certain number (actually, I just tried an experiment: It appears to be
>> failing even if I don't add files...).  OK, so there's wierdness going
>> on.  Should I reinstall everything (what fun)?  Has anybody else seen
>> this problem.

Bill & Dave,

I am running ObjectAda V7.0.232 on WinNT 3.5.1 & 4.0.  My current
project does not have
20 files yet so I ran a test building a new project with the GDIDEMO
files from the win32ada sample files.  There are 21 files and they were
added with no problem or delay.
After configuring the project file every thing compiled with no
problem.  I have only
tried this on NT 3.5.1.  I have seen what appears to be subtle
differences in ObjectAda's
behavior between NT 3.5.1 and 4.0.  One weird thing was building the
Java examples.  I
have not been able to build them on the NT 3.5.1 OS but they seem to
build fine on 4.0.

Phil
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