I'm using SDCC (sdcc-sdcc) on a Linux 64-bit platform to compile C source code for the MCS51 architecture. I noticed that if I include a header file in the source but it is missing from the project, an error will print out to the terminal, but the error code returned by the compiler is 0 (generally a success code) so utilities such as make don't recognize the error.
I was going to file a bug report but I wanted to ask here, is this expected behavior or should the compiler be returning a non-zero code for a missing header file? My project uses a custom library so I'm going to try to put together a simpler project to demonstrate this behavior, and I'll post the results here.
EDIT: The attached "sdcc_bug.zip" provides a source file (main.c), Makefile, and README on how to use the archive to demonstrate this problem.
As it happens, I did log a bug on this problem:
It's now apparently be fixed in revision #8784 (although I haven't tested it for myself).
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