AR# 2347: Hardware Debugger M1: Missing newline charactor when reading UNIX macros in Win95 or WinNT4.0
Hardware Debugger M1: Missing newline charactor when reading UNIX macros in Win95 or WinNT4.0
Keywords: hardware, debugger, cmd, macro,
General Description: When transferring the .cmd (macro files) from Unix to win95 or NT4.0, the newline charactors are missing from the file. Instead there is a pipe character in between every command. When you try to run the macro file, hardware debugger will give you error message and won't let you run the file.
The way to get around the problem is to edit the macro file(.cmd) manually. Open the file and get rid of all the pipe charactors, and press <return> in between every command, so that there is only one command in each line. You probably will have to close .xck file and reload in the xck file, in order to make the newly created .cmd file to run correctly.