nmake for windows doesn't have DONE or FAILED 
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 nmake for windows doesn't have DONE or FAILED

I have a great number of source files I compile for use under both
NT and Solaris.  Under Solaris I use the make utility and under NT
I use Microsoft's nmake utility (version 6).  For each main source
file I have a make file.  (legacy makefiles)

After compiling each module, I have my makefiles (under unix) run
a script.  This is accomplished by running the script from within
the .DONE: directive.  I also use the .FAILED: directive to account
for if the program did not compile properly.

Unfortunately, I have yet to find a way to do this with nmake.  Does
anyone have any ideas?  I have heard there is a directive that will
work like .DONE: but none that will work like .FAILED:, but this is
just a rumor and they didn't remember where they found it.

Thanks for any and all help, it is greatly appreciated.


Posted via CNET Help.com

Sat, 13 Apr 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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