How can I disable generation of makefile?

How can I disable generation of makefile?

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    Aug 08, 2007#1

    I configured UeStudio for compiling drivers from Microsoft DDK with BUILD utility. All working except Uestudio overwrites my own makefile and BUILD utility can not compile my project correctly.
    I did not know anything about Make utility from Microsoft DDK.
    In my opinion simply it has not own Make utility. And MAKEFILE must be created manually.

    How can i disable generation of makefile?
    Or tell me about better solve.

    P.S: Sorry for mistakes. English is not my native language

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      Aug 08, 2007#2

      What happens when you simply set the read-only file attribute on your self-made makefile?
      Best regards from an UC/UE/UES for Windows user from Austria

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        Aug 08, 2007#3

        MyMake simply tells "Cannot save makefile" and build process will stop

        I found a solution. I rename my self-made makefile to the buildfile
        BUILD utility from Microsoft DDK call nmake utility for parsing my makefile. Nmake utility has key /fFileName in CommandLine. This key allow using different file than MakeFile.
        Now All work.

        It's interesting. I use UEStudio for 3 compilers: Fasm, VectorC86 and Microsoft DDK build. And all these compilers does not need makefile from MyMake utility from UEStudio.

        Really is it impossible to disable generation of makefile?

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          Aug 08, 2007#4

          I think no, but I'm not an expert about the compiler settings. I have only found in help of UEStudio the page [General] Compiler Section (tab Contents - Compiler Configuration) where it is explained how to specify a different make tool.

          Best you ask IDM support per email to get a definite answer for

          Does a "Disable generation of makefile" setting exist?
          Best regards from an UC/UE/UES for Windows user from Austria

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            Aug 08, 2007#5

            Thanks a lot Mofi