Can't use multiple module paths on Windows without Cygwin

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Can't use multiple module paths on Windows without Cygwin

Tatham Johnson
I'm surprised there isn't a report on this already, as it's been an issue for several versions of the NDK now and is a breaking problem for most of my build scripts on windows.
The NDK_MODULE_PATH environment variable uses the ':' character to separate multiple paths. Obviously, this breaks completely in Windows without cygwin because paths like "C:\Some Folder" are being misinterpreted.

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Re: Can't use multiple module paths on Windows without Cygwin

Dan V.
Use semicolons to separate paths if you're building from a Windows command prompt. The NDK follows the convention of your environment, so colons are suitable for cygwin/mingw.  Avoid spaces in paths if you can.

Dan.

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