Can't compile with "make" anymore

Hi everyone,

I had everything set up and working last week using VSCode on Windows 10, could compile typing “make” either in the VSC Powershell terminal or in GitBash terminal and could flash the Daisy Seed using “make program-dfu”.

I guess I did something (but can’t think what) and now when I type “make” I get the following:

  • Building the Blink example:

  • Building the DaisySP library:

And if I look for this “adenv.o” file I am easily able to find it:

I have uninstalled and reinstalled both Make (GNUWin32) and ARM Toolchain (GNU Embedded Toolchain for Arm) and included them in my system environment variables again:
(My system is in Spanish but you can get the idea haha)

Does anyone have a clue of what could I’ve done to complete screw everything I had set up and get this errors?

Thanks in advance for your help!


Finally solved it.

I was going to erase the post but in case this could be helpful to someone else…it was the antivirus :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:
It quarentined some “.bat” files that were being created. If I turn the automatic containment off on my antivirus it works as it always did.

Hope this can be helpful so you don’t waste a whole day on this like I just did :sob:

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