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Why does CW 10.4 attempt to compile a .c file not in source directory

Question asked by Leon McNutt on Aug 21, 2013
Latest reply on Aug 22, 2013 by Leon McNutt

I have a construction file that just happens to have an .c extenstion which I #include in my source .c file. My source units compile correctly, however the IDE  attempts to compile my construction file too which stops the build.  I changed the extension of the construction file (.cw2) and I get my static library built. Why  is the IDE attempting to build with .c files outside of the source directory?