[En-Nut-Discussion] Which is the latest greatest branch
ole.reinhardt at embedded-it.de
Fri Aug 24 00:36:23 CEST 2012
> > This way you always have a common include path (nut/include/arch) _AND_
> > the files are located beside the c-files.
> Ah, I didn't recognize that you meant file system links.
> I'm a little bit concerned, that we may run into problems on Windows
> machines, where symbolic links are rarely used. Linux is build on Linux
> machines, 80% of Nut/OS users are working on Windows machines.
Yes, that were my concerns as well. AFAIK cygwin supports symlinks,
MinGW afaik does not.
Since Windows 2000 NFTS 3.0 supports kind of directory links (junction
points) as well, but all others still using VFAT could not use this.
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