Re: [cc65] THE Makefile V1.2 available - was: automatic generation of makefile dependencies

From: Greg King <>
Date: 2011-05-28 16:24:18
From: "Oliver Schmidt"; on Sat., May 28, 2011; at 04:44 AM -0400
> However, if you're building, e.g., a 3rd-party Contiki application,
> then you usually end up with absolute pathnames in your dependency
> files; and then, GnuWin32 works better because its GNU make is a
> native Win32 program which understands the Win32-pathnames in the
> dependency files written by the native Win32 cc65 compiler.
> Addionally, the GNU make source contains quite some
> hacks/tricks/workarounds to get along better with Win32 pathnames.
> Those code parts -- logically -- are not activated in the Cygwin build
> of GNU make. Therefore, in general, I'm using Cygwin less and less
> for CC65 builds.

Another solution is to get CC65's source package, and build a
Cygwin-native version.  Then, there would be no compatibility issues
with Cygwin's shell and make programs.

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