Do you have more than one zip.exe on your system?
If the zip.exe being found is one that does NOT like "\" backslashes in the path you might get this error.
The other thing to suggest is add the path to zip to the compiler being used in global compiler settings.
Hi, Tim, thanks for the reply. I finally found that this issue is caused by a wrong PATH environment setting in my "portable C::B launcher batch script".
I use a batch script like below:
start cblauncher.exe --debug-log --no-dde --no-check-associations --multiple-instance --no-splash-screen --verbose
But the XXX are the paths in my old computer, and they do not exits in the new computer.
Sorry about the noise.
By the way, I use such method of find the wrong PATH variable:
1, in the Menu->Tools, click to add a new "User defined tools"
2, Then set the command contents as "cmd.exe", and give it a name "cmd".
3, run this user defined tool by click the "cmd" in the Menu->Tools->cmd, this will show a windows command line shell.
4, type "PATH" in the command line see what the PATH value is.