Configuring the IDE to avoid internal errors

  1. Create a single directory where all of your .dcpil files (precompiled package files) are placed. For example, create a directory called C:\DCPIL and under ToolsEnvironment Options select the Library tab and set the DCPIL output directory to C:\DCPIL. This setting will help ensure that the .dcpil files the compiler generates are always up-to-date which is particularly useful when you move a package from one directory to another. You can create a .dcuil directory on a per-project basis using ProjectOptions ^ Directories/Conditionals â–º Unit output directory.
  2. The key here is that you always want to be using the most up-to-date versions of your .dcuil and .dcpil files. Otherwise, you may encounter internal errors that are easily avoidable.
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