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Re: long commands on windows nt return an error

From: Eric Christopher
Subject: Re: long commands on windows nt return an error
Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 13:33:47 -0700

You didn't specify what version of windows you are running on, or which
shell you are using.  I imagine that it is the dos shell from Win95 (or
some such) which does have a fairly low limit of characters on a single
line.  A way around this is to either use the NT shell (slightly better)
or use /bin/sh from a port of sh.

You could also ask on any of the djgpp mailing lists - they may have a
better idea as to the environment you are working with.


Kendrick Hamilton wrote:
> Hi,
>     I am running GNU Make version 3.79.1 built for i386-pc-msdosdjgpp.
> If the make command results in a long command to execute, make returns
> error of -1. If I type in the command make is trying to execute at the
> prompt, the command runs fine. Here is an example that causes the
> problem.
>  OBJS  = mcu_s360.o mcu_ccs.o mcu_acs.o mcu_tcs.o mcu_exc.o mcu_util.o \
>     mcu_vect.o mcu_main.o mcu_ini.o sim_ini.o sim_pit.o \
>     cpm_brg.o cpm_cpi.o cpm_dma.o cpm_ini.o cpm_scc.o cpm_si.o \
>     cpm_smc.o cpm_tmr.o dpt_init.o dpt_disp.o dpt_even.o \
>        dpt_evld.o dpt_kick.o dpt_qeve.o eah_ini.o dch_io.o dch_tps.o \
>     dch_cci.o dch_rci.o dch_tsi.o aci_ini.o scf_ini.o cfg_tab.o \
>     app_ini.o cci_com.o ccx_com.o sbd_com.o sbd_dev.o sbd_almb.o \
>     sbd_almn.o sbd_hp2n.o sbd_hp4n.o sbd_hp6n.o sbd_smxn.o \
>     sbd_11an.o sbd_fpal.o sbd10pos.o sbd_2pos.o sbd_deic.o \
>     sts_com.o sbd_lia.o
> core.ncs: $(OBJS) hwi_main.o mcu_frpm.o siosmain.spc sm_files.txt
>     linker -f sios\siosmain.spc $(OBJS) -o core.ncs -L C:\sds70\lib68000
> libc.a
> --
> Kendrick Hamilton E.I.T.
> SED Systems Inc.
> 18 Innovation Blvd.
> Saskatoon, S7N 3R1
> Canada
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