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RE: fatel error

From: Rajanikanth T - TLS, Bangalore
Subject: RE: fatel error
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2006 20:24:56 +0530

No. I am not editing outside unix. I am editing using vi edit. Seems to be
that is not problem. But I could give you some more info below. Please let
me know if I can give some more info to find this problem.

address@hidden:pts/11<51>which make
[Processing cshrc script (ansi)]
address@hidden:pts/11<52>make -v
make: Warning: Ignoring DistributedMake -v option
make: Fatal error: No arguments to build

-----Original Message-----
From: Aditya Kher [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 6:53 PM
To: Rajanikanth T - TLS, Bangalore; GNU make mailing list
Subject: Re: fatel error

>I connected  unix server from ms-dos and edit this files in it.
> Will there be any problem such?

do you mean that you are editing the files and saving them from
windows and running them in unix?
if that is the case then its highly likely that there are control
charachters like ^M in the file.
Try editing the file from unix itself.
further if you do find the control characters in the file - after you
open it from unix, then you will need to use dos2unix
Aditya Kher
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