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Backslashes in F429DISCO BSP

Question asked by k..lukas on May 5, 2014
Latest reply on May 23, 2014 by Montassar BEN ROMDHANE
Hello Everybody,

in the process of compiling some of the Examples for the STM32F429DISCO on a linux machine I noticed that Include paths are specified using backslashes instead of slashes. Obviously, backslashes only work on Windows and I had to modify the BSP to use Slashes to make it Compile on linux.

Quote from K&R (via https://code.google.com/p/tageventor/wiki/pcscHeaders)
The characters in the name filename must not include > or newline, and the effect is undefined if it contains any of ", ', \, or /.

I'd appreciate if future Releases of the CubeMX software package used slashes for path separation. Slashes work on Windows, too.

Lukas

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