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Still have not found solution to repeated "Crash recovery files" warning...

 

Seems like my schematic file gets corrupted every few minutes.  Is it really corrupted or not?  How can this be possible?  Scary!

 

Anyone have a solution for this?

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Re: Still have not found solution to repeated "Crash recovery files" warning...


mike@folsomvillage.com wrote:

 

Seems like my schematic file gets corrupted every few minutes.  Is it really corrupted or not?  How can this be possible?  Scary!

 

Anyone have a solution for this?


The snark in me says, "dump schematics in favor of an HDL."

 

The pragmatic engineer in me says, "dump schematics in favor of an HDL."

 

-a

----------------------------Yes, I do this for a living.
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Re: Still have not found solution to repeated "Crash recovery files" warning...

The snark in me says "dump Xilinx in place of a stick and a rock.  Both accomplish the same."

 

Circuit is half schematic and half VHDL.

 

Don't have time to re-engineer the entire thing only to smack against the next bug.

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Re: Still have not found solution to repeated "Crash recovery files" warning...


mike@folsomvillage.com wrote:

The snark in me says "dump Xilinx in place of a stick and a rock.  Both accomplish the same."



Not exactly. With sufficient force, the stick and rock will cause both pain and a bit of bleeding.

 

While Xilinx tools are remarkably painful, they don't (yet) draw blood.

 

Of course, I suppose they could cause you to smash your keyboard against your head enough times to incur bleeding. But that also ruins a perfectly-good keyboard.

 

-a

----------------------------Yes, I do this for a living.