Error unziping Windows desktop app: path too long
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  • Just downloaded the Windows version of the desktop app. Windows throws an error while unzipping:

    Error 0x80010135: Path too long

    combined_stream.js

    This happens several times during the unzip process if you select "skip"

    The error occurs even when the ZIP file is placed at the root level of the C drive (can't make path lengths any shorter than that)

    Mike

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  • Here is the path that has trouble. Un-ziping to a folder at c: that has a single character name (e.g. c:\a) seems to work.

    \app.nw\node_modules\cbt-wireshark\node_modules\serialport\node_modules\node-pre-gyp\node_modules\request\node_modules\form-data\node-modules\combined-stream\node_modules\delayed-stream\test\integration

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  • i tried to unzip to C:\z and still get the error?
    what is the fix?

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    Hey guys, I'm putting the finishing touches on moving the app over to a new shell that will alleviate this issue.

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  • Hi Derek, Any news on the update to clear this problem? Thanks, Mike

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    Windows is giving me a hard time building the Serial port library for the new runtime. I hope to have it figured out soon. Maybe I should have held off on that free Windows 10 update. :)

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    This is fixed in the latest version, grab it from the site. https://canb.us

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