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  1. It's not a bad habit, Linux support filenames with spaces, I just use it. The compiler and tools are supposed to handle spaces too...
  2. Hi, I tried to compile the program, but i went into problem when running the command ./update-workspaces.sh The problem is, my working directory contains spaces, so the path is incorrect. I corrected the script as follow : #!/bin/sh # build/workspaces/ start_dir=$(pwd) premake_dir=$(pwd)/../premake workspace_dir=$(pwd)/gcc mkdir "$workspace_dir" 2>/dev/null cd "$premake_dir" # build/premake/ make -C src HOSTTYPE=$HOSTTYPE ./premake --outpath "$workspace_dir" --atlas --collada "$@" --target gnu # These files need to be linked; premake makefiles assume that the # lua file is accessible from the makefile directory cd "$workspace_dir" ln -f -s "$premake_dir"/premake.lua "$premake_dir"/functions.lua . if [ -x "$premake_dir"/premake ]; then ln -f -s "$premake_dir"/premake . fi cd "$start_dir" I just added some "" around paths. I hope it helps.
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