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Dear all,

Can  someone tell me which command I have to use under Windows Xp to compile a makefile?
As I know in Windows 2000, we use: namke /?, but in XP it doesn't work.

Thanks in advance for your answer,
Azzedine
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Hi azzedine,

From what I can find, you need the Shared Source Common Language Infrastucture from MS.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=3A1C93FA-7462-47D0-8E56-8DD34C6292F0&displaylang=en

Good luck.
;-)
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Hi all,

Thank you for your answers.
What I mean is that NMAKE isn't working in windows XP. Is that another command or should I do something?

Thanks again for your help,
Azzedine
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to go to a dos prompt, are you using command.com or cmd?  Try it both ways by going to Start...Run...cmd or start...run...command

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