From: Keith Marshall <keithmarshall@us...> - 2014-06-06 18:29:53
On 06/06/14 18:39, Pedro Sousa wrote:
> I am trying to get libxml++ compiled in Mingw. I could make the ./configure
> script without a problem, but when I run make I got the problem:
> "/usr/bin/sh: line 17: c:mingwbinming32-make.exe: command not found" (image
> in annex)
You don't show us enough to be certain, but that looks remarkably like a
case of using escapes (backward slashes) as directory separators, in
shell script code.
(Aside: it also looks like you're trying to invoke mingw32-make.exe,
from a Bourne shell script, which surely requires MSYS' shell -- or a
similar alternative -- to run. If you are using MSYS' shell, then you
would be better off also using MSYS' make).
> Do you ever found a similar problem?
> how can I fix this problem?
Specify directory separators as $DEITY intended -- regular slashes, and
not backward slashes. If you *must* subvert the use of escapes, to
serve as directory separators, according to Lucifer's convention, then
you must escape (double) them; this is especially important in shell