I have an existing project with makefiles created from VDSP loaded on the C-drive. Our build machine, which we are attempting to do automatic builds with, has VDSP on the E-drive. Since the makefiles have ADI_DSP defined at the C-drive, the build machine can't build correctly. We are currently just using a Windows batch file. I attempted to change ADI_DSP prior to the gmake call to see if that would override the makefile's assignment, but it is still looking for dependencies on the C-drive instead of the E-drive. It is possible that some other settings or LDF files may also be hard coded to the C-drive. I don't know if I've found them all.
Is there a way without having to open the projects in the IDE to update the dependencies, like the ADI_DSP variable and perhaps others, in order to build our projects, or am I stuck with reinstalling VDSP to the C-drive? I'm trying to avoid messing up the developers who have everything pointing to a C-drive. Doing full builds is the intention here rather that incremental ones, as we want these to be fully released projects.
I'm also consider the use of gmake -e and seeing if that helps, but it didn't sound like something that was recommended.