Re: [cc65] library path

From: Thomas Giesel <>
Date: 2009-09-28 20:56:43
> These are not inconsistencies but completely different things,
> because the first one is a make variable used as a path within the
> makefile, while the second is used as a #define for the C compiler,
> so it has to follow the rules set within the C program. 

Basically both are paths. Both *could* be used to give them to
-DVAR=\"$(VAR)\" *and* to make functions like $dir if they would be
assigned w/o quotes.

(Of course I understend the different usage, otherwise I couldn't have
patched the Makefiles :)

> There is absolutely no way to make these uses consistent.

Yes, there is one, refer to the patch.

/ Thomas

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