Dave Brondsema wrote:
> In a Makefile, this line does not cause problems:
> vpath %.cpp /i/prg/library/qt/qtwin/src/tools
> but it does when formatted like this:
> vpath %.cpp i:/prg/library/qt/qtwin/src/tools
> I get the error:
> make: *** No rule to make target `qstring.o', needed by
> `qmake.exe'. Stop.
> there is a default rule that should apply:
> %.o: %.cpp
> $(CXX) -c -o $@ $(CXXFLAGS) $^
> Is this a known bug? Should I start hacking the source of make
> or is there a better way?
Stop to think about what the : character is used for in make syntax.
Try, `make -win32'.