Gerhard Meuren

I've got an application with a debug mode size of about 13MB. If I deploy this app to the device, there are no problems with the debugging.

Then I change the app's optimization settings, so that the resulting size will grow up to about 16.5MB. If I start deploying/debugging with this

app, I'll get the following error message:

"Unable to start program '%CSIDL_PROGRAM_FILES%\<folder>\TestApp.exe'"

"Not enough storage is available to complete the operation."

What's going on There is no storage bottleneck, isn't it!

System: VS2005 SP1, WM5

Device: 20MB free disk space after deploying of program TestApp), 24MB free RAM

The stack reserve size is 2000000, the stack commit size 1000000.

Any other suggestions

Best Regards

Gerhard



Re: Smart Devices General VS2005 + Windows Mobile 5: Not enough storage is available

Gerhard Meuren

I think the program size limit is less than 15MB.

Very strange !





Re: Smart Devices General VS2005 + Windows Mobile 5: Not enough storage is available

Damien Watkins - MSFT

Hello

Re: VS2005 + Windows Mobile 5: Not enough storage is available

General C++ is not the correct forum, but I am not sure what is. Will try Smart Devices C please move if this is incorrect.

Thanks

Damien






Re: Smart Devices General VS2005 + Windows Mobile 5: Not enough storage is available

Gerhard Meuren

Thanks....

..my fault... :-)





Re: Smart Devices General VS2005 + Windows Mobile 5: Not enough storage is available

Zero Dai - MSFT

Hi Gerhard,

Could you reproduce this issue on other device/emulator Or, what if debug your application on another PC

Thanks,

Zero Dai - MSFT






Re: Smart Devices General VS2005 + Windows Mobile 5: Not enough storage is available

Gerhard Meuren

Hi,

I tested it with several other (different) devices and several different computers.

=> Always the same wrong behavior.

The usage of the emulator doesn't make sense, cause this really doesn't work properly (wrong message handling etc.)

But I'm going check it out now...

... same behavior :-(

Best Regards

Gerhard