I have been trying to use the make tool on Windows using the make command that comes along with it. However, I receive the following error when using it to build most open source projects:
"make: Interrupt/Exception caught (code = 0xc00000fd, addr = 0x4227d3)"
Upon further investigation, and running a few experiments, I have found that the reason for this seems to be when an asterisk is used e.g. .cpp. So, for example, if my Makefile looks like the following:
g++ .cpp -o prog
then the error is thrown. However, if it is written in the following manner:
g++ main.cpp -o prog
then no error is thrown and it builds successfully. Please look into this, as it seems like I am not the only one who is suffering from this problem.
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