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Intel_C_Intel
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xilib: error: could not write to argument file 'C:DOCUME~1'

Hi,everyone!
I got some errors when Icompiling my C++ program with 8.0 version.
The error is following:
xilib: error: could not write to argument file 'C:DOCUME~1
xilib: error: couldn't open multi-file optimizations object list
There is enough space left in C: and C:DOCUME~1 is writeable. What's the problem?
Thanks.
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Hi,
How is xilib being invoked? Are you doing it directly? What is the command line? It could be the case that this argument filenamed in the message is write-protected? What is the name of the argument file?
Max
Intel_C_Intel
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Thanks, Max. The problem is solved. It's because there are chinese character in $TEMPand $TMP. I set them to another directory and it works.