Thanks. I figure that this would be the case. However…
Say that I zip the workspace that I use in Windows, unzip it in QNX,
then the workspace works just fine and vice versa. It seems that the
same workspace works well in both OS. I suppose that there are some
environment variables that determine what can and cannot be done with
the workspace directory depending on the working OS. Would this be the
Finally, if I have a workspace directory in a Linux box, I use NFS to
access this directory, can I or can I not use the same workspace in both
OS? If the answer is not too long/complex/etc, why or why not?
Thanks for your help.
Chris McKillop wrote:
I have a workspace directory with Momentics-IDE projects on it. I mount
this directory via fs-cifs from a box running QNX. I try to run the IDE
with this workspace from the QNX box. But the IDE does not come up. It
keeps resetting itself, and it never comes up.
Should this have worked?
No, you can’t share physical workspaces between OS versions like this. Your
best bet is to setup a CVS repository on some other machine and use source
control to manage the two workspaces.