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Re: cp and "are the same file"
On Wed, Dec 22, 2004 at 02:05:50PM -0800, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
>On Sat, 18 Dec 2004, Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
>>>The suffix is required on Win9x, AFAIK, so this is not a viable route.
>>That said, I believe the OP didn't request that gcc not produce .exe
>>files by default, only how can *he* make gcc not produce the .exe
>>suffix. What you have to do is add a "." after the output (-o)
>>filename[*]. Some projects define EXEEXT (or EXESUFFIX), so setting
>>that to "." in yours could be all you need.
>Sorry that will not work for me. I am working with over 5000 build
>mechanisms. I don't want to setup wrappers and other patches to add a
>period hack after the output filename.
So, what are you expecting then? If this isn't going to work for you
and modifying your makefiles isn't a going to be a solution in any
event, it's difficult to see what you are hoping for. A magic
environment variable maybe? If so, unfortunately one does not exist.
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