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problem in compiling multiple files

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hi,

I am having a folder with many "c" files in it,many "f,for" files,many "h" and many "dll" files.

When i am trying to compile them i am following the following steps:

a)open and name a new project,
b)add project--->files
c)build-all

After that a strange thing happens and i have an error message that a file could not be found.The strange thing is that this file is always the last i am adding into the project.
I have used both fortran 6.5,5 and C 5.0 editions.

What do you think the problem should be?
What are the reasons that a program should run in a newer version and not in an older one?
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Question by:enud
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by:enud
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let me give you more help:

--------------------Configuration: xxx - Win32 Debug--------------------
Compiling Fortran...
C:\Windows\Επιφάνεια εργασίας\grains1\grains\xsetun.for
f90: Severe: No such file or directory
... file is 'C:\Windows\A?eoUiaea anaao?ao\grains1\yyy\lastfile.for'
Error executing df.exe.
xxx.exe - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)
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by:rstaveley
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Do you have df.exe on your path?
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by:enud
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how can i find out?
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rstaveley earned 200 total points
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(1) Do a file file for df.exe.

At the command prompt:
   cd \
   dir /s df.exe

(2) Look at the path

At the command prompt:
   path

If df.exe exists in one of the directories listed in your path, it is "on your path".

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