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r$p files in BCW5

Posted on 1998-04-02
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When compiling a Borland C++ 5 file I get the error:

Transferring to c:\bc5\bin\tlink.exe @c:\path\projname.r$p
(1,1) Unable to open file 'c:\path\projname.r$p'

Does anyone out there know what a r$p file is or does and what might be stopping this project compiling?
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The r$p file is a temporary response file created by the IDE to hold the link options and files that may be too long to fit on the command line.

Check to make sure the drive is not out of disk space and that it doesn't have any problems with creating such a file. If there is a file with the same name and it is not yours, go ahead and delete it and try again.
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