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AArya2
New Contributor I
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Invoking edger8r manually

I enter something like this in the windows command line:

sgx_edger8r.exe --use-prefix --search-path "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\IntelSGXSDK\include\" --trusted-dir C:\Users\Arya\Desktop\Enc --untrusted-dir C:\Users\Arya\Desktop\App --use-prefix C:\Users\Arya\Desktop\Enc\End.edl

And edger8r rejects it, displaying its "help" page, indicating that it believes the input is not formatted correctly. How come?

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Anusha_K_Intel
Employee
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Hi, 

Please check it is a syntax mistake probably. When the syntax of the command is not correct it displays the help page.

 

AArya2
New Contributor I
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Well that's obviously the case, my question is how.

Anusha_K_Intel
Employee
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Hi,

I have tried  executing the same command,I had the same error but after removing the double quotes after the --search-path it worked for me.Try using the below command:

sgx_edger8r.exe --use-prefix --search-path C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\IntelSGXSDK\include\ --trusted-dir C:\Users\Arya\Desktop\Enc --untrusted-dir C:\Users\Arya\Desktop\App --use-prefix C:\Users\Arya\Desktop\Enc\End.edl

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