Since I installed 10.1B I have had some problems compiling a couple of classes.
class a :
def protected var d as someclass.
def protected var e as someotherclass.
class b inherits class a, and uses d and e in one of the methods.
sometimes when recompiling, class b refuses to compile, complaining that d is not defined.
Trying to track down this message, I was syntax checking class b from the editor and got the following message,
crflush: crdir is busy . (1226)
followed by a "syntax is ok".
message 1226 is defined as
"crflush: crdir is busy . (1226)
PROGRESS cannot discard the current compilation, because it is referenced elsewhere. "
There is no reference to this on the KB.
Can anyone shed any light ?