I tried to compile several of my programs. They compile nicely with no errors and no warnings but the binary file I'm downloading is totally empty: 0 bytes.
Has it happened before? Did I do something wrong?
My browser: firefox latest update.
I also want to precise I updated my version of java and I've got the latest one.
The compiler does detect when there are mistakes in the code and does not compile in such a case.
I still have the problem of getting an empty file to download...
Could be a browser issue. Try another one.
I'm getting the exact same issue right now - curious if it's a system issue (i've tried both firefox and chrome)
To add detail - I'm also not seeing any information on RAM or memory usage in the compiler after a successful compile.
I also tried with internet explorer and Chrome; still the same issue.
We're investigating the issue.
However as a quick fix, you may rename the program in question which should clear the problem.
Thanks Dan, the trick to change the name worked for me and I was able to download my code.
This should now be fixed for all affected users. Apologies for the inconvenience!
I've been having this problem since about 5:30 yesterday afternoon and it's still happening to me :-(
It's not the browser or JAVA etc. To confirm this I have tried a clean VMWare machine and also proved it by doing the following.
If I go back to a previous version of my C code it will compile. If I alter it, it does compile and spot errors and changes etc. It will compile and give me a 37.6k file.
If I do a "Save As" in the "Program Workspace" then this new version whilst there, i.e. I can see the C, it will compile and it will spot errors and changes, it always gives me a 0 byte file.
I've attached a couple of screen grabs to help illustrate. I've also tried deleting older programs to see if I had a server space issue at your end.
If I create a new program that works as well.
Renaming the program does seem to work for me but that seems bit mad! A solution for now I guess at least :-)
Looks like you were missed. The problem should now be fixed for you too.
That's sorted it :-)
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