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The exact place of the failure is in the execution of:
in the makefile "standard_platform_targets.mk", and in the "download_bootloader".
I have validated that every file required for the command is present. I have not tried to run the command from a command line yet, but was trying to short circuit all the debugging time I need to spend to find the problem. Strangely, I have seen it complete 3 or 4 times for unknown reasons. I have tested this on Windows and it appears to work perfectly leading me to believe that it might be a race condition somewhere in the boot loader code. I've searched for community and located some old tricks but none really apply to this problem.
I saw your post about using the native make from about a year ago. Although I can't find it right now to recheck the process, I will post my fix because I'm not sure it was obvious the first time. My apologies for stating what is obvious to you. As I recall I copied my system make from /usr/bin/make to a somewhere in Wiced.
Chucks-MacBook-Air-133:bin chucklink$ pwd
Chucks-MacBook-Air-133:bin chucklink$ ./make -v
GNU Make 3.81
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