I use the latest makefile from here
with a modified version of findversion.sh. The modification to findversion.sh I talked about earlier
, but that is just to make it work on Windows.
You shouldn't need to modify findversion.sh. It works fine for me compiling ISR on Windows.
I'm using MinGW/Msys and Python 2.7.3.
I have a different Python version (3.3.5), maybe that's causing the issue on my computer.
Found another minor issue, after doing a make clean and then make again, the makefile fails with the following error:
bash: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `('
bash: -c: line 0: `[ -z "unix2dos" ] || unix2dos unix2dos 6.0.5 (2014-04-17) MSY
S version. Without Unicode UTF-16 support. With native language support. LOCALED
IR: /usr/share/locale -q docs/readme.txt'
make: *** [docs/readme.txt] Error 2
The line from the Makefile that fails is
$(_V) [ -z "$(UNIX2DOS)" ] || $(UNIX2DOS) $(UNIX2DOS_FLAGS) $@
UNIX2DOS is in both my Windows and Bash PATH variables as it is part of MSYS.
Running make again after this works fine however.
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