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TRACE32 Returns a Syntax Error When Loading the Environment or Reports Cannot Find a File

Last updated: 2019-12-10
TRACE32 returns a syntax error when loading the environment or reports it cannot find a file.

This problem is one and the same. Basically, our execution script depends on the %VECTORCAST_DIR% environment variable to execute properly. This environment variable points to the directory where VectorCAST is installed.

In product versions prior to version 5.1, if %VECTORCAST_DIR% path has an ending backslash (ex: C:\VCAST\), TRACE32 will complain about a syntax error. The solution is either to redefine VECTORCAST_DIR so it does not have a backslash at the end of the path (C:\VCAST), or edit the .cmm file in %VECTORCAST_DIR%\DATA\trace32 to remove the backslash between %VECTORCAST_DIR% and DATA.

As of version 5.1, the scripts were modified and now assume that %VECTORCAST_DIR% always end in a backslash, which is now the default installation setting of VectorCAST. We suggest to standardize on paths with an ending backslash.

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