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> alias "ppc386 -c"="ppc386"
Won't work. But it is close the the suggested workaround. Xwpe assumes
compile and link steps so it doesn't currently integrate well with
languages with only a single step like fpk or java.
From Xwpe FAQ:
* I get an "ERROR: Illegal parameter : -c" message from my compiler.
(Free Pascal, others)
Xwpe assumes that the compiler you are using has an option -c, which
enables multiple source files to be compiled. Some compilers, such as
the Free Pascal compiler do not support this option.
There is a current workaround: write a script which strips out this
parameter from the call. We'd welcome a fix to this; this is a holdover
from the first versions of Xwpe. Also note that the -o option is assumed,
- Re: fpk
- From: Ivan Dimitrov <email@example.com>