Post 13 of 21 Report Re: Map 2012 Coordinate system files missing Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to It should list a path and filename if it can't find the file. Top Log in or register to post comments September 17, 2015 - 4:15pm (Reply to #3) #4 John T.

However, custom definitions can be added to the files. If I run into it again, I may just try that first. These are created out of a set of *.ASC files by the CS_comp.exe compiler tool. Visit the Trac open source project at Minha contaPesquisaMapsYouTubePlayNotíciasGmailDriveAgendaGoogle+TradutorFotosMaisShoppingDocumentosLivrosBloggerContatosHangoutsOutros produtos do GoogleFazer loginCampos - To configure and maintain an operating system is serious business.

A dialog with a "red X" titled " Platform" and saying "The specified file was not found." How can I find out whats going wrong? Submit a question Check notifications Sign in to QuickBooks Learn & Support or Sign in to Go to × Close Why do you want to report this? Look for ways to eliminate uncertainty by anticipating people's concerns. I then created a new environment variable named "MENTOR_DICTIONARY_PATH" with the following value C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Autodesk\Geospatial Coordinate Systems.

That is, make sure, no API client can directly modify the pointers / structures used with CS-MAP's CS_category.c module. caused by deleting this file: "C:\PortableApps\\whatsnew.txt" . No additional tool required that would extract / import customized definitions.

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Then, provide a response that guides them to the best possible outcome. That C++ module would centralize all relevant IO routines in templated functions and would expose its functionality through an “extern-C” wrapper module to CS-MAP. Mate, Berlin Top Log in or register to post comments September 17, 2015 - 6:56am #2 John T. If customized definitions were separated from the system definitions, installer scripts could remove all previously installed files without having to include additional logic to handle modified *.CSD files.

That is, all API like CS_*def() will start reading definition information from the user-provided dictionary path, and if nothing was found, will continue with the default set of *.CSD files. Author(Andre) RFC Status(draft) Implementation Status Proposed Milestone Assigned PSC guide(s) Voting History Overview CS-MAP’s “geodetic database” is a set of 6 binary catalog (*.CSD) files. This RFC is to add capabilities to CS-MAP, so that custom(ized) definitions are no longer being written into the files produced by CS_comp.exe but are rather kept separated if required by

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