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This technical note gives general suggestions on troubleshooting the IDE when it isn’t responding as expected. It also lists some situations where this advice is helpful.
Inconsistent or corrupt project files can produce symptoms as follows.
Are any of these descriptions close to the current situation for your project? If so, please read below about the suggested actions.
At the menu Help > IDE Project Management and Building Guide, in the chapter File types (below the table) is there this description:
'...When you run the IDE, some files are created and located in dedicated directories under your project directory, by default $PROJ_DIR$\Debug, $PROJ_DIR$\Release, $PROJ_DIR$\settings. None of these directories or files affect the execution of the IDE, which means you can safely remove them if required...'
The suggested steps have helped in a number of situations where project files are inconsistent or corrupt.
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