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Re: Windows make issues

From: J. Grant
Subject: Re: Windows make issues
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 00:26:27 +0100
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on the 20/04/04 22:12, Jim wrote:
I'm using a version of make 3.80 compiled for windows using visual studio.

There are some issues.....

a> some windows compilers like to have \'s in path names. If I'm not running sh.exe - make itself seems to strip the \'s before issuing the command... when it prints the command it's about to do, that looks correct, and I can copy and paste what I see, and it works, however, if I dump the actual command line generated the \'s in the path names are all removed.

Could you "escape" them? i.e. c:\\dev\\dev.cpp (Single \ are not removed when I tried this on my MSVC build with a simple makefile though, with a path in a variable.)

If you try the debug build from MSVC you will have more output on your terminal if that helps.



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