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Internal error: SY576 - How to solve this problem?

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Hello guys

I open my delphi and a project,

I compile it and run it through delphi, and it goes fine.

But when I do the same thing again, I have this error:  Internal error: SY576

So I need to close my delphi and open it again to work with delphi.

How to solve this problem?

Thanks very much
Alex
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Try deleting the .DCU files in your project. Also, delete any invalid breakpoints you may have set
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Does this happen with all projects or only a specific one ?
If it's a specific one, what is the code that you suspect might create this error in that project ? giving a code snippet will help.


What to do if you encounter an internal error:
 If the error occurs immediately after you have modified code in the  editor, go back to the place where you made your changes and make a note  of what was changed.
 
 Otherwise, follow the next few steps to resolve your problem.
 1.      Delete all of the .dcu or .dpu files associated with your project.
 2.      Close your project completely using File | Close All, then reopen  your project, this will clear the unit cache maintained in the IDE.   Alternatively you can simply close the IDE and restart.
 3.      Another options is to try and recompile your application using the  Project|Build option so that the compiler will regenerate all of your  dcus or dpus.
 4.      If the error is still present exit the IDE and try to compile your  application using the command line version of the compiler (dcc32.exe)  from a command prompt. This will remove the unit caching of the IDE from  the picture and could help to resolve the problem.
 
 If the problem still exists, go back to the place where you last made modifications to your file and review the code.

From :
 http://www.delphipages.com/forum/showthread.php?t=97933
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thanks very much
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