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Re: gcc problem
Jim Balter writes:
> Jon Thackray wrote:
> > I am running gcc on two similar NT 3.51 machines. In each case, gcc is
> > invoked by a makefile line something like
> > .o.S
> > gcc -c $< -o $@
> Well, since that isn't right, perhaps you can say what the Makefile
> actually contains, instead of what it's something like.
Ok, try this.
@echo 'MAKE: $< -> $@'
@$(MKDIR) $(OBJECTDIR) $(MKDIREND)
@$(ASM) $(ASMFLAGS)$@ $<
ASM expands into gcc, ASMFLAGS into a load of stuff to do include
directories, and eventually -o .
> Any chance that one machine has a mount -b and the other doesn't?
How do I determine this?
> Do ls -l and md5sum on both Makefiles produce the same results?
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