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From: manni DOT heumann AT gmx DOT de (Manni Heumann)
Subject: Re: Compiling from other directories
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Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2000 12:33:00 GMT
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asm12 AT bom5 DOT vsnl DOT net DOT in wrote:
>Hello,
>        If I try to run make on a directory other than \djgpp\bin eg.
>\allegrosource ,  I get a 'bad command or file name' error. I have put
>djgpp in my path and set the environment variable, and everything
>works just fine within \djgpp\bin. I thought that setting the PATH
>variable in DOS makes it search for a file in each of the named
>directories in order. Is this incorrect?
>
>
No, it's not. But things can go wrong (typos, insufficient 
environment space, etc.). You should verify that your path 
is set correctly: Type path at the prompt and check whether 
your djgpp/bin directory is there.


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Manni

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