1. Tom Mangano
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  3. Monday, 02 December 2019

when doing a full build is there a way to log output to a file?  i have 2 apps with common objects.  i compile APP1 and move PBD's to a common folder.  when i compile APP2, which has PBD's in the common folder, the pbl's compile as expected.  when PB tries to link the PBD's, it crashes.  i'm trying to find the offending PBD that causes the crash.

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You can compile an entire workspace (all targets) with the following command, and it'll log to a file.

pb190.exe /work workspace.pbw /full /deploy /output compile_output.txt

You can also specify a single target by using "/target target.pbt" in place of "/work workspace.pbw"

Can't say for sure, but the compile_output.txt file *should* remain intact even if the compile crashes out. Might be enough for you to find out where in the compile process it's dying, but no guarantees.

 

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