From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-27 12:14:48
David Abrahams <dave_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Brian Ravnsgaard Riis <brian_at_[hidden]> writes:
>> gcc.archive bin\test\util\gcc\debug\util.a
>> del /f "bin\test\util\gcc\debug\util.a"
>> ar ruc "bin\test\util\gcc\debug\util.a" "bin\test\util\gcc\debug\ut_enum.o"
>> spawn: No such file or directory
>> Executing raw command directly
>> Executing command [del] [/f] ["bin\test\util\gcc\debug\util.a"] [
>> ] [ar] [ruc] ["bin\test\util\gcc\debug\util.a"] ["bin\test\util\gcc\debug\ut_enum.o"]
> Well, this is very telling. I'm sure we can fix that.
> Hmm, this is clearly my fault, in part. We should never be trying to
> execute multiline commands directly. Oh, there's a long string of
> culpability going back to some code inherited from FTJam. Lovely :(
> Will fix.
Wow, that was a big project. Please check this out and make sure it
works for you.
Also, anyone testing under Win95/Win98, I'd be grateful if you could
confirm that the gcc toolset works there, too.
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