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Subject: Re: Build question
From: Daniel Stenberg (
Date: 2002-06-11

On 11 Jun 2002, Bill Napier wrote:

> I've checkedout the code from CVS. I have the SH-ELF toolchain built
> and installed under my home directory with all the programs living in
> ~/bin (Which is in my path). I can execute all the programs from the
> command line, but make can't seem to find them. I have found 2
> solutions to get make to find them:
> 1. Change the path's from CC, etc. to be absolute (~/bin/sh-elf-gcc)
> in the Makefiles
> 2. add a "SHELL=bash" line to the Makefiles
> I'm looking for a way to get this to work without having to modify the co'd
> Makefiles everytime I check them out. Any help would be appreciated.

I've done this quite a number of times by now, and I always add the sh-gcc
bin directory to my path and then happily just run 'make'.

If you have the tools in your path, how come the shell invoked from make
can't find them?

  Daniel Stenberg -- Rocking the box =>

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