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Anonymous
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I have noticed the existence of these two files in a workspace.   It seems that the .cywrk.user one has much more stuff in it.  

   

My question if the content of the .cywrk.user is relevant for the integrity of the project.   The question has come to my mind when I unzipped a Nokia LCD 5510 project which comes with a .cywrk.Admin file which is not visible on the open workspace.   I opened the plain .cywrk and that PC created my .cywrk.tony.   Now, if I do work, add another project...   I assume the .tony will change.   What would happen if then I archive/bundle and send it back to Admin.   Would the user Admin see the updates with integrity?   

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Bob_Marlowe
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The user files keep all the user relevant project changes: which files are open, the arranging of the tabs etc. Loosing the file does not have any impact on the project itself.

   

 

   

Bob

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Bob_Marlowe
Expert II

The user files keep all the user relevant project changes: which files are open, the arranging of the tabs etc. Loosing the file does not have any impact on the project itself.

   

 

   

Bob

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EvPa_264126
Valued Contributor II

It seems this allows you to save the settings of the author of the project
In  some projects, there are many user settings (Project-> Build Setting ...; etc)
I previously used 2 files xxx.cywrk.autor and xxx.cydsn / xxx.cyprj.autor
I changed the author  extension of this files    to my own

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Anonymous
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Cool!   Nice feature,

   

Thank you guys,

   

Tony

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Bob_Marlowe
Expert II

@pavloven

   

The Project-> Build Settings are project relevant, they are not kept in the .user file

   

 

   

Bob

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EvPa_264126
Valued Contributor II

Yes you are right. I opened a project in which there are no these files, but I saw the linker settings.
I think again I got it wrong. Excuse me.

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EvPa_264126
Valued Contributor II

It seems the file file .cywrk.XXXX can be useful

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