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Hello. Thank you for posting your questions.
1. Let us trace this one down.
a) Be sure you are running the _source_ model compiler and not the binary model compiler. Do this by checking the top line of the model compiler console output.
b) Once you are sure you are running the source MC, modify sys.arc to do some print statements right at the beginning. Be sure you see the print statements.
c) Make sure you renamed mc3020/bin/mcmc (and mcmc.exe) so that mcmc is not running.
2. You can easily change the C compiler settings. This is a CDT (Eclipse C Development Tools). It is not specific to BridgePoint. Start in the ‘Builders’ section under the project properties.
3. There is a lot of information in the MC-3020 User Guide. After that, I recommend looking at the meta-model extensions (TE_* classes). After reviewing sys.arc, look at q.sys_populate.arc; it does most of the M2M transformations.