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Mobius

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  1. Bug description: After creating a new project, which contained spaces in the source code (c, asm and hex) the build command wouldn't run. But compiling and then linking the project's working well. Steps to reproduce: Create a new Project, for example "The Bug" an then try to build it. It'll show you these error-lines: "FATAL: don't know how to make: "The Bug.c" Done" Expected behaviour: The Program should compile and link the source code, like it allways does. Is the problem 100% reproduceable: Yep, it is 100% reproduceable IDE version: SourceBoost IDE version 5.7.1 Compiler: BoostC Compiler version: Compiler version 1.8 Alpha Target device: PIC18F452 & PIC16F630 OS: Windows XP Professional Comments: In my opinion there are three solutions for this Problem: 1) to forbid using spaces in the name of a project (and so also in the name of the source code) 2) to allow the use of spaces, but removing the spaces from the names of the source 3) to change the programm, so it also can build source codes, which have spaces in their names. Ok, I know, that it isn't a really big deal, but it's a little bit annoying/frightening, if the programm just says, "No, I can't do that". And it took me around half a day to find the error... MfG Mobius P.S.: Sorry for my english, I'm not a nativ speaker...
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