Thanks for the responses...
>>Using Codewarrior 5.3 on WinXP (also tried on Win98, but same error).
>>I am getting an error when compiling:
>>Codewarrior Plugin Error
>>Win32 x86 Linker caused exception 0xc0000005. Please terminate the IDE
>>& report the problem.
>>What is causing this, and how do I go about fixing it? Thanks for any
>Check your precompiled header, Often there is a problem linking when
>the precompiled header is incorrect. Go ahead and create a new one.
There are no precompiled headers, unless you are referring to those
provided with Codewarrior.
Quote:>If that is OK trash the date folder for your project and try that.
I'm not sure what this is. Just as a little background, this is a
medium sized Windows/Mac program being developed, and I am not the
main programmer. I have quite a bit of Windows experience, so I was
lending a hand with some issues the program is having on the Windows
side, but I am not a professional programmer. Codewarrior 5 is the
IDE being used to allow for relatively easy cross-platform
development, but I am not particularly familiar with it. So, if my
questions appear a little uninformed, please bear with me.
Quote:>Try creating a new project from stationery and see if that causes any
>linker errors , maybe try a couple of the CodeWarrior examples find out
>for sure if this is your project or CodeWarrior
It doesn't appear to be a Codewarrior issue, as I can compile earlier
versions of the program. So, it would appear that one of the recent
bug fixes or code changes have caused this behaviour only with the
latest version of our code.
Quote:>I can check to see if the project builds on CW 8 but there is little I
>can do but give you things to try for CW 5.3
Thanks, but the program is quite large (about 85 MB or so), and I
don't really have the authorization to distribute the code anyways.
I have one other new item to add: after changing the debugging
settings, instead of the generic error, I am now getting a series of
Link Error: Undefined Symbol errors. Would these be related to the
initial error? Thanks again for all the help.