Our team is working on an update to avoid to manually modify these symbols.
It will add double quote around -D flags when the symbol contains special characters such as ‘(’ or ‘)’
This issue come from the different behavior between Windows command prompt and the new shell interpreter(sh.exe) (added to avoid other issues)
Since the 1.13.0
On the build command line: -D__weak=__attribute__((weak)) and -D__packed=__attribute__((packed)) # Not working anymore but worked until the 1.12.0 -D"__weak=__attribute__((weak))" and -D"__packed=__attribute__((packed))" # Working -D__weak="__attribute__((weak))" and -D__packed="__attribute__((packed))" # Working "-D__weak=__attribute__((weak))" and "-D__packed=__attribute__((packed))" # Working but cannot be set by the user (automatic behavior in the next update 1.13.1 when a special char is found)
Sorry for inconvenience.