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Anyone has an idea on what causes this error?
the file is in its place. but not sure why it cannot find the file.
I rechecked all env variables and they all seem to have been set fine.

process_begin: CreateProcess((null), echo --------------------------------------
-------------------------, ...) failed.
make (e=2): The system cannot find the file specified.
C:\mingw\bin\mingw32-make.exe: *** [OBJ/menuloop.o] Error 2

Few things you may want to check out:
1. Any space in the file name path
2. In the Compilation rule, you have specified the path to find the cpp file.
You can possibly post the make file so that forum members can look into it.

Few things you may want to check out:
1. Any space in the file name path
2. In the Compilation rule, you have specified the path to find the cpp file.
You can possibly post the make file so that forum members can look into it.

from the limited information you've supplied i'd say its because echo is an internal dos command, and the make is trying to execute it as a command and failing.

from the limited information you've supplied i'd say its because echo is an internal dos command, and the make is trying to execute it as a command and failing.

Thanks Ruben and Charliex.
Charliex guess was right. It was the echo command.

Thanks Ruben and Charliex.
Charliex guess was right. It was the echo command.

Thanks Ruben and Charliex.
Apparently Charliex's guess was right. I had to comment out all echo commands in the .mak file to generate a mod file.
I dont get these errors while using the latest 45 day trial version ARM compiler.

Thanks Ruben and Charliex.
Apparently Charliex's guess was right. I had to comment out all echo commands in the .mak file to generate a mod file.
I dont get these errors while using the latest 45 day trial version ARM compiler.

no doubt because it has a different version of make that shells commands correctly, like nmake.
that was no guess !

no doubt because it has a different version of make that shells commands correctly, like nmake.
that was no guess !