I typed mingw-get install mingw32-make in cmd and it installed some files.
One of them is the make file.
Then I added to the Enviroment variables the directories: c:\mingw\bin;
So, I typed make or make install in cmd line but it doesn't create de
mspdebug.exe. It just says:
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.
What am i missing?
On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 7:03 PM, Daniel Beer <dlbeer@...> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 05, 2012 at 01:19:15PM -0300, Leonardo Martinez wrote:
> > The first steps for the installation were ok.
> > The problem is that II am not understanding what i have to do here in
> > steps for proper installation:
> > -
> > Download the MSPDebug source
> > code<http://mspdebug.sourceforge.net/download.html>,
> > open a command window, change directory to the MSPDebug sourcecode.
> > set path=c:\mingw\bin; c:\MinGW\msys\1.0\bin\
> > make
> > -
> > You will need to gather the dll files from these libraries just
> > downloaded and put them next to MSPDebug.exe. Also put
> ti_3410.fw.ihex in
> > the same directory.
> > I downloaded the source code but which will be the new directory of
> > mspdebug sorcecode?
> > I set the path correctly in cmd, as it is said, but the *make* line isn't
> > recognized...
> Hi Leonardo,
> If you don't have make installed, you should be able to get it by typing
> the following:
> mingw-get install mingw32-make
> > Which dll files are mentioned in the second step?
> > Where is MSPDebug.exe?
> If you use the MinGW shell, or alter your PATH permanently (via the
> "Environment Variables" settings), you won't need to set it by hand each
> time, and you also won't need to copy any DLLs around.
> mspdebug.exe won't be created until after you've successfully run
> - Daniel
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