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Jane Jiang <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 9 Nov 2010 08:56:25 -0800
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Dear all,

This is my fifth year coaching and I recently found a problem I did not 
experience before.  This year, we have a few kids with their own computers.  We 
just started to move their programs to one computer in preparing for the 
tournament.  We ran into internal compiler error 5005 many times.  I think one 
issue is caused by reference to my block programs hardcoded with the absolute 
directory name.  Therefore, when the program moved to a different computer, it 
can no longer find the myblock it needs to run.  I could not get the programs to 
run even if I duplicate the directory structure though.  Sometime, the programs 
can be created by copy and paste from the old programs.  Other time, it has to 
be rebuild completely.

We've downloaded programs from the internet before and did not have any 
problems.  So there must be a way to create portable programs.    I tried to 
search for guidelines for writing portable programs and have not found any so 
far.  Has anyone done any research in this area and come up with the 
best practice for team members to share their programs?

Many thanks for your help,

Jane



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