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Makefile Win Error In Dev C++

03.08.2020
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Makefile in c
Whaaat?? 18mb?? This can't be! Basically all what I am loading is 2 small sprite grids with ~70 Kbs altogether. Maybe I am just loading them more than once resulting in that ..
So, I tried Orwel's Dev-C++ 5.4.2 and it compiled. However, when I come to run the exe, nothing opens. Tried using debugging mode, and some very weird stuff happened.
1-I placed breakpoints all over the 2 files (the main and the header file), but the debugger would ignore everything, and jumps into this line:
http://i33.servimg.com/u/f33/16/27/78/35/screen12.png
2-I clicked on 'next line', and the debugger moved normally to the next line:
http://i33.servimg.com/u/f33/16/27/78/35/screen13.png
3-I clicked on 'next line' once more expecting that the debugger would enter the main function, but then:
http://i33.servimg.com/u/f33/16/27/78/35/screen15.png
It jumped to the closing bracket of the function 'breakpoints invalid'..
4-Tried clicking 'next line' 3 more times, and I received a 'segmentation fault':
http://i33.servimg.com/u/f33/16/27/78/35/screen16.png
5-Clicking on ok with 'show CPU window' checked:
http://i33.servimg.com/u/f33/16/27/78/35/screen17.png
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Thanks ne555, I appreciate your time and dedication =)
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Add c: Dev-Cpp bin to your path. (But it does appear to find the make utility, which I would assume is in the same directory, so I'm reaching for straws.).