No such file or directory #< This is the indicator that it doesn't like Cygwin paths.
You can verify this very easily just by creating a simple hello_world.c and run the compiler with the absolute path to that file.
How can I get past this compiler check ?
2. Is there a way to force Cmake to use relative file names or Native file names ( something like TO_NATIVE_PATH ) when when performing the regular compilation ? I ask this because I already ran into the problem porting the manual Makefile from Linux to Cygwin and expressions like $(CC) -I/absolute/path/to/file ( rest of the line ) all failed because the compiler cannot handle the Cygwin paths.
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