I cannot compile the generated C code
During a freezing operation, the C compiler cannot find standard include files or libraries, or the make (or nmake) command fails.
The error may be something like:
Fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'stdlib.h': No such file or directory
c:>nmake The name specified is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Your C compiler is probably not set to be run from the command line.
You may want to rerun the installation of your C compiler, because some installation programs give you possibility to set the option to run from the command line. This will probably be easier than setting the option manually.
If you decide to set the option manually you should consult your operating system manual for the details. Here are some hints as to how to proceed: first, how to set environment variables in general; then, what variables to set in this case.
Setting environment variables
On Windows 95 the best way is probably to add or modify the variables in your autoexec.bat file. Make sure to modify the correct autoexec.bat, as there might be several files with that name on your system! On Windows NT you should modify (or add) user variables. To do so, go to System Properties, either through `System' in the Control Panel, or by right-clicking on `My Computer' and selecting `Properties'. In System Properties, go to Environment, then User Variables.
Necessary variables and their values
For Microsoft C (depending on version and installation directory of course) variables should include:
For Borland C(depending on version and installation directory) of course) variables should include:
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