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***W*** No symbol(s) found

What does this warning mean?

 

load file = "mysbdfile.sbd"


***W*** No symbol(s) found
`load' file = "c:\mysbdfile.sbd"

 

mysbdfile.sbd is a Signal Build Model with User Code Blocks.

 

Regards,

Andreas

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Re: ***W*** No symbol(s) found

Hi Andreas,

 

This warning has come up before when there are no variables in Xmath. Is this the case with you?

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Re: ***W*** No symbol(s) found

Well, there was no variables in Xmath, but trying to define some and calling the same command (open file = ...) doesn't seem to affect it, I still get this warning. It seems to depend on which file I choose to load, but I can't figure out what this warning really means...

 

It might depend on which function name the User Code Block calls in some way...

 

Andreas

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‎08-27-2015 06:09 PM

Re: ***W*** No symbol(s) found

I'll post the answer I've got from the support, if someone else also would like to know

 

> The "*** W *** No symbols(s) found" is just a warning since the open and save command expect variables to be in the file.
> The warning is to let you know that nothing was changed in Xmath.
> To remove the warning, add {build} to the end of the open or load command to indicate you only want to load SystemBuild data.

Andreas

 

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