Make and CYGWIN=TTY

Earnie Boyd earnie_boyd@yahoo.com
Thu Jun 8 06:19:00 GMT 2000


--- Daniel Bell <Daniel.Bell@colorbus.com.au> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> Using cygwin 1.1.2, I have noticed a difference in output when running make
> in TTY and non-TTY modes. Consider the following simple makefile:
> 
> /tmp $ cat Makefile
> all:
>         echo '$$MAKE="${MAKE}"'
> 
> When the CYGWIN environment variable does not include "TTY", the output (as
> expected) is:
> 
> /tmp $ make
> echo '$MAKE="make"'
> $MAKE="make"
> 
> When the CYGWIN environment variable includes "TTY", the output is:
> 
> /tmp $ make
> echo '$MAKE="make"'
> $MAKE=\make"
> 
> Note that the output from the echo command is wrong in this instance.
> 
> Is this a bug in my setup, or with make/cygwin.dll?
> 
> I have attached the output from cygcheck -s -r -v.
> 

I don't see anything in your setup that should cause this, however, you should
move the /usr/bin to the first item of PATH.  Your bug is either make or
cygwin1.dll.

Regards,

=====
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