When compiling PDCurses on MinGW-Win32 (win32 directory) with the command
"make -f mingwin32.mak DLL=Y"
"make: *** No rule to make target `..\exp-base.def', needed by `pdcurses.def'. Stop."
Well, you shouldn't have to make ..\exp-base.def, because it should already be there, as distributed. Is it not?
Or, wait... are you actually building under Windows, or cross-compiling? As I look at it, for some reason the BASEDEF and WIDEDEF definitions are the only places where backslashes are used in mingwin32.mak; perhaps they should be changed to slashes?
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