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build.exe return code (errorlevel)

Alex_GrigAlex_Grig Member Posts: 3,238
I may be too late to this bandwagon, but does build.exe return any meaningful non-zero error code in case of build failure? I don't seem to get anything else than 0.

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  • Daniel_TerhellDaniel_Terhell Member Posts: 1,349
    From my experience the ERRORLEVEL environment var should be set to 0 on
    success and on 1 on failure. Type
    %ERRORLEVEL% after a build to verify this, possibly you have a problem with
    your conditional processing in your script or otherwise use:

    if %ERRORLEVEL% LEQ 1 ECHO ERROR

    //Daniel

    <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    >I may be too late to this bandwagon, but does build.exe return any
    >meaningful non-zero error code in case of build failure? I don't seem to
    >get anything else than 0.
    >
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