On Mon, 01 Nov 2004 00:22:19 +0100, Ingo Weinhold Ingo Weinhold < bonefish@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said: > > > [/boot/home/development/haiku/current]> ./configure --help > > > ./configure: line 85: syntax error near unexpected token `|' > > > ./configure: line 85: ` --target=*) target=(echo $T | > > > cut - > > > d'=' -f2-); shift 1;;' > > > > Looks as if this should actually read: `... target=$(echo...'. > > Can you try this please. > > Or, to be consistent, backticks as used in the rest of the script, > i.e.: > ... target=`echo...`... None of the suggestions worked. I mean, the error is gone but now TARGET is always set to am empty string. -Bruno -- Fortune Cookie Says: "But what we need to know is, do people want nasally-insertable computers?"