On Wed, 11 Mar 2009 andreas.rosenblad(a)ltv.se wrote:
First, I have to say that I am not used to UNIX. However, I have
follow your instructions. But when typing "make" in the /c/gretl/win32
directory, I get the following error message:
: No such file or directory
Makefile:22: *** commands commence before first target. Stop.
Yuck, this is some horrible mess to do with LF versus CR/LF line
endings in the Makefiles, perhaps introduced by CVS. I've tried
to fix it, but if all else fails you can replace the bad files
by going to th CVS browser at
"download" the file (view it as plain text in the browser), then
copy-n-paste the contents into your local version.
I don't fully understand the issue here: msys should be fine with
unix-style line endings, but I think somehow CVS is breaking these
text files when importing them into Windows.
I have made some additional changes to the build process, and I
can now confirm that the installer I made on Windows works