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Problem with command line make.
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- Subject: Problem with command line make.
- From: "Jan Jacobs" <jmj at cellpoint dot co dot za>
- Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2001 13:47:43 +0200
I am currently experiencing a problem in using make.exe in the Win2000
Current version of the make.exe I am using: GNU Make version 3.76.1
Executing the make file form the Windows 2000
CMD.exe the following result occurs:
>make -w -k -f c:/projects/dev/src/com/cellpoint/platform/Makefile all
>make: Entering directory `C:/Projects/dev/src/com/cellpoint/platform'
>vc:/projects/dev/jars/OtpErlang.jar -d c:/projects/dev/classes -sourcepath
>c:/projects/dev/classes: not found
>c:/projects/dev/jars/OtpErlang.jar: not found
Executing the problem command manually from the command line I achieve
> c:/projects/dev/classes -sourcepath c:/projects/dev/src -deprecation
The problem occurred in the building of the variable CLASSPATH in the
SEP = ;
JRE = c:/jdk1.3/jre/lib/rt.jar
CLASS_DIR = c:/projects/dev/classes
OTHER_JARLIST = c:/projects/dev/jars/OtpErlang.jar
If I use this statement the above problem occur.
CLASSPATH = $(JRE)$(SEP)$(CLASS_DIR)$(SEP)$(OTHER_JARLIST)
If I use the next statement the problem disappears.
CLASSPATH = $(OTHER_JARLIST)
It seems that I can not build a new variable from multiple variables.
Am I missing something or using it incorrectly.
Thanks in advance.
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