Dev-C++ Build Failure

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    Dev-C++ Build Failure

    Hi,
    I'm trying to build a file in Dev-C++ and when I try to compile, I get this in the log:


    Executing make...
    make.exe -f "..\..\Documents and Settings\Haseo\Desktop\mizore\console-src\Makefile" all
    make.exe: *** No rule to make target `/usr/include/math.h', needed by `AliceConsoleShell.o'. Stop.

    Execution terminated

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks,

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    Could a moderator split this from the 1 year old unrelated thread?

    catchra: Your makefile says that you some file (probbably AliceConsoleShell.c or .cpp) is depending on /usr/include/math.h - which make can not find, and there is no "recipe" to create such a file. Considering that you appear to be compiling on Windows, perhaps you shouldn't have dependencies on /usr/include files, as these are Unix/Linux type directories. [I also think that makefiles should not have dependencies on system include files, but that is a slightly different matter].

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    Quote Originally Posted by matsp
    Could a moderator split this from the 1 year old unrelated thread?
    Right.
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