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Setup CodeBENCH with AmigaOS 4.1 SDK ?
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Hi All,

I've installed latest Amiga OS 4.1 SDK 53.xx
And I've installed the CodeBENCH Beta for AmigaOS 4.1

I've created a new project and when I try to compile it, I get error messages like:
make: Makefile: No such file or directory
make: *** No rule to make target 'Makefile'. Stop.

If I Force script creation, I then get :
make: *** No rule to make target '/AmigaOS4/Development/My Devs' needed by '01AOpenScreen'. Stop
(path folder is truncated)

Is there some specific things to setup to make CodeBENCH 0.8 work with Amiga OS 4.1 SDK ?

Thank you.
Fred

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Re: Setup CodeBENCH with AmigaOS 4.1 SDK ?
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@freddix

If you look at the second page in the project settings, the builder should be "SDK:c/make -f", this sounds like the "-f" is missing.

The "-f" switch specifies the makefile name, so its not actually required if the script is called "Makefile", but by giving it another name, it has to be specified by the -f switch. I have made it a default, as even with "Makefile", it doesn't hurt, and should save complications.

Simon

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Re: Setup CodeBENCH with AmigaOS 4.1 SDK ?
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@Rigo
No, the problem does not came from here, the -f flag is available.

EDIT :
I've found from where the problem came ... The project folder did contain spaces in it .. With no spaces, my project compiles now :)


Edited by freddix on 2009/2/10 22:00:52
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