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rational Rose & the cur_dir issue Wednesday, June 15, 2011 |

Problem :

The .mdl files (with multiple .cat files) are not opened properly. Warnings like below are thrown:

09:55:06|  Warning: The directory $CUR_DIR does not exist.

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Solution:

1. Start Rose – without loading any mdl file.

2. Add the new symbol – “CUR_DIR” with the actual path value as “&” – PS: Note – some versions of Rose expects “CURDIR” instead of “CUR_DIR”

3. Close and re-start Rose

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