I develop my Palm OS applications on two machines – a desktop and a notebook computer. Source codes get exchanged via a CVS server – so far, this has always worked well.

However, I recently enabled Multisegment support for one of my apps on the desktop side – and after committing and moving to the laptop, ld bickered about missing segment information. This was caused by the PODS’s local cache containing a few files on segmenting support – they did not update after the commit.

The solution to this is in the Project menu – just click Clean and enjoy a painless rebuild!

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