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Re: Make caused invalid page fault in module KERNEL32.DLL

I wasn't implying that 'make' was conflicting with any other 
compiler.  My concern was that since you have a different 
compiler, you may have other tools which differ as well, 
including, perhaps, another make.  It's difficult to tell 
what's relevant and what's not with the limited information 
available.  That's why I was suggesting you verify that you 
don't have conflicting tools or, if you do, that you're using
the ones you think you are.  That's all I meant.


Original Message:
From: Franklin
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 23:20:18 +0800
Subject: Re: Make caused invalid page fault in module KERNEL32.DLL

On Wed, 18 Dec 2002 09:55:07 -0500
"" <> wrote:

> First, I'd direct you to
> Second, it's clear you are not using gcc/binutils for your 
> compiler/linker so you need to investigate and determine that 
> the mixed environment that you're running in (Cygwin + other 
> tools) is not causing conflicts.
> Third, you might try running make (assuming you're using Cygwin's
> make) with strace and see if that points out any internal problems.
> These recommendations are in order.  The first one is just a 
> primer for the other two and helps your investigation.  
> Larry

Hi, thank you for replying.

I was wondering why make would conflict with any other compiler.
Doesn't it just parse the contents of the Makefile file and call another
shell to execute the specified commands? ;-)

Well, I'll try your suggestions, and try to find out where the problem is.
Thank you very much.


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