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Re: GNU Make 3.82

From: Paul Smith
Subject: Re: GNU Make 3.82
Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2017 12:56:58 -0400

On Wed, 2017-09-20 at 22:50 +0700, Vladimir Vlad wrote:
> Hello!  I'm using GNU Make 3.82
> Built for i686-pc-mingw32 on Windows 7. I have a question about the
> behavior of this program. How does GNU make decide if it runs a line
> from a rule directly or via a batch file? I need a line to always be
> executed directly (through the CreateProcess(...)). How can I do that?
> I noticed that: "./fpmake.exe install --localunitdir=.. --
> globalunitdir=../packages --os=win32 --cpu=i386 -o -Ur -o -Xs -o -O2
> -o -n -o -di386 -o -dRELEASE --compiler=c:/temp/lazarusbuild/fpc-
> source/compiler/ppc386.exe -bu --prefix=c:\temp\lazarusbuild\fpc\3.0.2 
> --baseinstalldir=c:\temp\lazarusbuild\fpc\3.0.2 " is performed through
> CreateProcess, but
> "./fpmake.exe install --localunitdir=.. --os=win32 --cpu=i386 -o -Ur
> -o -Xs -o -O2 -o -n -o -di386 -o -dRELEASE --
> compiler=c:/temp/lazarusbuild/fpc-source/compiler/ppc386.exe -bu --
> prefix=c:\temp\lazarusbuild\fpc\3.0.2 --
> baseinstalldir=c:\temp\lazarusbuild\fpc\3.0.2 --
> bininstalldir="c:\temp\lazarusbuild"\fpc\3.0.2\bin\i386-win32" through
> creating temporary batch file. Please help me, I need everything to
> work without a batch file, otherwise the "./fpmake.exe ..." construct
> leads to an error in cmd.exe. Thank you in advance, I'm sorry for my
> english.

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