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Author: Raed Abusanad (raedbenz)
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Hi,,
i have just installed WinARM in twp PCs. one is ruuning fine when
compiling one of the examples and thw other gives this error:

> "make.exe" all
MAKE Version 5.2  Copyright (c) 1987, 2000 Borland
Error makefile 171: Command syntax error
Error makefile 173: Command syntax error
Error makefile 175: Command syntax error
Error makefile 327: Colon expected
Error makefile 343: Command syntax error
Error makefile 344: Command syntax error
Error makefile 345: Command syntax error
Error makefile 349: Command syntax error
Error makefile 350: Command syntax error
Error makefile 351: Command syntax error
Error makefile 355: Command syntax error
Error makefile 356: Command syntax error
Error makefile 357: Command syntax error
Error makefile 368: Command syntax error
Error makefile 369: Command syntax error
Error makefile 370: Command syntax error
Error makefile 415: Command syntax error
*** 17 errors during make ***

> Process Exit Code: 1
> Time Taken: 00:01

hints?
Thanks

Author: Clifford Slocombe (clifford)
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Raed Abu-sanad wrote:
> MAKE Version 5.2  Copyright (c) 1987, 2000 Borland

You have a Borland toolchain installed with its location specified in
the PATH environment variable. Borland Make and GNU Make are not
compatible.

If you exclusively use the Borland tool from its IDE rather than the
command line, I believe that you do not actually need it in the PATH, so
just remove it. It is set in Control
Panel->System->Advanced->Environment Variables. The setting does not
affect console sessions started before the change, so you will need to
close and re-open any console sessions.

Clifford

Author: Raed Abusanad (raedbenz)
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Clifford Slocombe wrote:
> Raed Abu-sanad wrote:
>> MAKE Version 5.2  Copyright (c) 1987, 2000 Borland
>
> You have a Borland toolchain installed with its location specified in
> the PATH environment variable. Borland Make and GNU Make are not
> compatible.
>
> If you exclusively use the Borland tool from its IDE rather than the
> command line, I believe that you do not actually need it in the PATH, so
> just remove it. It is set in Control
> Panel->System->Advanced->Environment Variables. The setting does not
> affect console sessions started before the change, so you will need to
> close and re-open any console sessions.
>
> Clifford

Hi,,
if u mean in the Path where i have put
";c:\WinARM\bin;c:\WinARM\utils\bin; " then i checked it and borland
toolchain is not there..

hints???
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Author: Clifford Slocombe (clifford)
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Raed Abu-sanad wrote:

> if u mean in the Path where i have put
> ";c:\WinARM\bin;c:\WinARM\utils\bin; " then i checked it and borland
> toolchain is not there..

I mean what I said! The system PATH environment variable.

Open a command console window and type "path" followed by return. Or
just look it up in the Control Panel System dialog like I said. That is
the list of paths the system will search for executables. Note that
therare user variables and system variables, and bith may have a PATH
setting, the two are appended.

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