Overview
Examples
Screenshots
Comparisons
Applications
Download
Documentation
Tutorials
Bazaar
Status & Roadmap
FAQ
Authors & License
Forums
Funding Ultimate++
Search on this site
Search in forums












SourceForge.net Logo
Home » U++ TheIDE » U++ TheIDE: Compiling, Linking, Debugging of your packages » I keep getting the same "cannot open exe for writing" error...
Re: I keep getting the same "cannot open exe for writing" error... [message #50722 is a reply to message #50720] Sun, 09 December 2018 11:07 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
peterh is currently offline  peterh
Messages: 46
Registered: November 2018
Location: Germany
Member
Yes, this where my findings.

The solution is, if it fails then wait 100 ms.
So the debugee can run and hopefully comes to a state where it succeeds.
In all normal cases this should work at the 2nd try.

The long timeouts are only for non-normal problem cases which we hopefully never will have. Rolling Eyes

Edit:
I did not expect this. I simply logged the results of all system calls and then did see it.

Then however, it was clear to me:
In all cases previously known to me the process could not be removed with the taskmanager.
The reason is, because the debugger is still attached.
So this must be the general reason.

[Updated on: Sun, 09 December 2018 13:54]

Report message to a moderator

 
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Previous Topic: error: expected unqualified-id before '=' token
Next Topic: clang or MinGW
Goto Forum:
  


Current Time: Sun Jul 05 03:49:24 CEST 2020

Total time taken to generate the page: 0.01670 seconds