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Windows PATHEXT with *.lnk files and Cygwin Make

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How can I simulate Make's targets within a Windows batch file?

In working towards resolving http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/160685/17423, I'm looking to create a batch-file version of this makefile. Is there a clear/conventional way to simulate the 'target' ...
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Error when executing .sh file on Windows 8 using Cygwin

I am beginner of Cygwin terminal. I am trying to run *.sh file on Windows 8 using the command ./file_name.sh, but it gives the error shown below. Using prebuilt externals ERROR: Cannot find ...
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Updating Emacs' Org-mode on Windows XP SP3

I'm using Emacs 24.2, which comes with Org-mode 7.8.11 (why am i using Emacs 24.2? Because i needed to install a precompiled version of AUCTeX for Windows; but that's another story!). I read pretty ...
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Cannot build lynx on windows with cygwin

There are many Windows builds of Lynx available over the 'net, but none of them support HTTPS, so I was trying to build with SSL enabled, among other things. The ./configure part is successful, but ...
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Installing shogun on windows xp

I want to install Shogun on Windows XP, and getting the following error in Cygwin 2.0. I have already successfuly issued a ./configure command, and make command. $ make install make -C shogun ...
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make: Interrupt/Exception caught

I'm using Make from the MinGW distribution. It has always worked, but recently I've gotten the following error: > make clean make: Interrupt/Exception caught (code = 0xc0000005, addr = 0x0040b0ac) ...
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How to use makefiles on Windows

I have a LaTeX project using make files for compilation and want to write the texts on Windows using Kile. I had a quick look on google but only really came up with Make for Windows the last version ...
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Make test failing when installing packages with CPAN on Cygwin

I'm trying to install Date::Manip::Date, which requires YAML::Syck. I'm running Cygwin on Windows XP. Both packages fail their make tests. I have installed other packages sucessfully, such as ...
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getting “make” to work on my Windows command line like it does on my unix one

I want to be able to just type make in an appropriate folder and have it work and compile just like it does when I do it in my favorite linux distro. Is there a way to do this?