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    In order of limited length of commandline response files are introduced (for CLANG aswell). But trying to generate a binary by using a response file does not work (ecc 0.1.27).

    Trying: “ecc++ -v -o testout @my.rsp” don’t give any output, neither in the console nor a binary.

    What went wrong?



    Hi stde,

    I’m not familiar with response files. What does “my.rsp” contain? I’ll try it out.

    Have you looked into ecc’s config files? They are in ellcc/libecc/config and are what I use to help limit command line length.




    Hi Rich,

    excactly that is what I need. This is my actual command line I currently testing:

    ecc++.exe -v -I..\src -I..\src\public -target ppc-linux-eng -O3 -DGEN_TEST_DATA=1 -o test.bin @test.rsp

    As far as I know from clang/llvm website, the content of @<file> should be converted to arguments.
    (e.g. see: )

    So for testing I put just the single string “make_no_sense” in my test.rsp and would expect some error ouput – alike what happend if I replace “@test.rsp” with “make_no_sense” in the command line … I got this:

    ecc 0.1.27 based on clang version 3.8.0 (trunk) (based on LLVM 3.8.0svn)
    Target: ppc-ellcc-linux
    Thread model: posix
    InstalledDir: C:\Tools\ellcc\bin
    ecc++.exe: error: no such file or directory: ‘make_no_sense’

    But using the first command line with @test.rsp it gives neither an error output nor an binary file.

    In the files located in ellcc/libecc/config/ I haven’t found anything related to command line length.

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