I am trying to set up the csdp package on Windows 10. I have followed the instructions and now want to use the make command to compile the package.
The makefile code looks the following:
export CFLAGS=-m64 -march=native -mtune=native -Ofast, -fopenmp -ansi -Wall -DBIT64 -DUSEOPENMP -DSETNUMTHREADS -DUSEGETTIME -I../include export LIBS=-static -L../lib -lsdp -llapack -lblas -lm all: cd lib; make libsdp.a cd solver; make csdp cd theta; make all cd example; make all unitTest: cd test; make all install: cp -f solver/csdp /usr/local/bin cp -f theta/theta /usr/local/bin cp -f theta/graphtoprob /usr/local/bin cp -f theta/complement /usr/local/bin cp -f theta/rand_graph /usr/local/bin clean: cd lib; make clean cd solver; make clean cd theta; make clean cd test; make clean cd example; make clean
When making this file i get the error message:
cd lib; make libsdp.a The system cannot find the path specified. make: *** [Makefile:27: all] Error 1 PS C:UsersleonsPycharmProjectsCsdp>
where it is good to point out that lib is a folder right inside C:UsersleonsPycharmProjectsCsdp>. I found that one problem could be my System Path variable, so I checked it and deleted a few ones that would give me the same error message when using cd in the Command Window. The error persists though. One more thing I have found is that the "Path" variable for the User NT-Authority/System includes a path that gives me the same error but I did not yet figure out how to change this path.
How can I get it to compile?
Source: Windows Questions