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linker error when making powerplant app.

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Since I updated to CW10, When I try to make a recently created PowerPlant project I get the linker error:

can't write application: read/write permission allows write access to only one path. ( or something of the sort)

I checked preferences and they are identical to other projects which make and run with no error. the user access path is the folder containing my project.

I'm baffled!
How can I make this work?
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This has happened to me too.  The problem was that my project file was called, for example, MyProgram, and I was trying to link it and make an app called MyProgram.  You cannot link a program with the same name as the project file.  What you need to do is either rename your project file to MyProgram.µ (for example) or change the name of the app in the project settings.

Hope this helps!
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