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dccl_cmp.exe produces nothing under Windows 10

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Using DCRABBIT_9.62
1. Invoking dccl_cmp.exe under windows 10 to build main.c results in no errors or binary.
2. The same project builds successfully under windows 7, producing a binary.

We are migrating our build from windows 7 to windows 10 due to EOL and security concerns.

What are our options?
asked Oct 5, 2020 in Rabbit by Reginald New to the Community (0 points)

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I tried invoking the following command on Windows 10 and it successfully created pong.bin for a targetless option:
"dccl_cmp pong.c -rf MyTCparameters.rti" (Targeless option)

With target attached.
"dccl_cmp -pf myproject.dcp main.c" (Target attached)
answered Oct 5, 2020 by Campbell Veteran of the Digi Community (990 points)
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I use Dynamic C 9 under Windows 10 regularly, including the command-line compiler.

Do you have the same project settings as on the Windows 7 machine? Directory layout? LIB.DIR contents?

If you just run dccl_cmp.exe without parameters, do you see the usage instructions? If not, it could be Windows 10 blocking the application for some reason.

What are you using in your command line?
answered Oct 5, 2020 by TomCollins Veteran of the Digi Community (2,382 points)