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c++ - smake syntaxe (?)

reply Jean-Pierre H. Dumas <dumas.jeanpierre free.fr> writes:
C:\TEMP\SDL-1.2\DM\SDL>smake

SMAKE  Program Maintenance Utility (Console) Version 7.50
Copyright (c) 1994-1995 Innovative Data Concepts Incorporated
Copyright (c) 1994-2001 Digital Mars
All Rights Reserved

No configuration specified. Defaulting to Release.
SMAKE fatal error: MAKEFILE(33): invalid token ('"')
==================================
OUTDIR=.\Release
INTDIR=.\Release

ALL : "$(OUTDIR)\SDL.dll"
==================================

nmake eat that. (It is part of a Visual Studio generated makefile)
smake is not happy. (See above)

I think the " quoting is useful, as filenames can have spaces
in them under Win9x.

An easy Solution ? 
A fix ('would be happy) ?

BTW, a setting in tools.ini or an environment variable that
allow the shutdown of the banner would be neat...
/NOLOGO on the command line is not the cleanest/most convenient.

Jean-Pierre Dumas
Jan 27 2002
parent "Walter" <walter digitalmars.com> writes:
The easiest solution is, of course, removing the "" and not using filenames
with spaces in them. -Walter

"Jean-Pierre H. Dumas" <dumas.jeanpierre free.fr> wrote in message
news:1104_1012165022 jeanpierre...
 C:\TEMP\SDL-1.2\DM\SDL>smake

 SMAKE  Program Maintenance Utility (Console) Version 7.50
 Copyright (c) 1994-1995 Innovative Data Concepts Incorporated
 Copyright (c) 1994-2001 Digital Mars
 All Rights Reserved

 No configuration specified. Defaulting to Release.
 SMAKE fatal error: MAKEFILE(33): invalid token ('"')
 ==================================
 OUTDIR=.\Release
 INTDIR=.\Release

 ALL : "$(OUTDIR)\SDL.dll"
 ==================================

 nmake eat that. (It is part of a Visual Studio generated makefile)
 smake is not happy. (See above)

 I think the " quoting is useful, as filenames can have spaces
 in them under Win9x.

 An easy Solution ?
 A fix ('would be happy) ?

 BTW, a setting in tools.ini or an environment variable that
 allow the shutdown of the banner would be neat...
 /NOLOGO on the command line is not the cleanest/most convenient.

 Jean-Pierre Dumas

Jan 27 2002