gcc_cmp.bat, start file and windows 2000 problem ("No t

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Hi
I tried to find the answer to my problem on this forum, but I couldn't. All answers are not complete or not accurate.
I use avrgcc_freaks20011214a and evry time, i change makefile (i use makefile that comes with project "Temperature Controller" by Jesper Hansen), make come out with error "No targets specified and no makefile found". I only change the MCU. even if i change the MCU variable in makefile back to oryginal one, it still won't compile. Actually, to make this project compiled after changing of makefile, i have to unpack the oryginal project from the beginning to new directory (including oryginal makefile, becouse just copying oryginal makefile to my project's directory still won't make it compile!) , then replace oryginal .c and .h files with my own.
I found a topic about it, and the solution was said, to use gcc_cmp.bat intead of make.exe . I use Windows 2000 and i have no "start" file anywhere, which is used in that bat file. if i use the one from Windows 98, it says "incorect MS-DOS veriosn" or something like that.
2 questtions:
1) Why won't my project compile, when i change makefile (when i edit it and save, actually, becouse when i change it back to oryginal values, it stiil won't compile)
2) Where can i find this "start" file and why don't i have it???

My Regards
Dariusz Trzoch

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Hi There!

You won't find a file called start. Try the following: Open a command promt, enter "start" press enter, and you will see that another command prompt window is opened.

Your problem is I believe that you need to edit gcc_cmp.bat to include the full path to the second gcc_cmp2.bat

Try that, and there should be no problem....

Regards gtoo