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DB Updater not using Cmake SQL Path?

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So... today i updated a 3 month old Clean TC Core (I didn't have this error with that old rev) and now im getting this error: http://puu.sh/opgJn/72946188c0.png

This is the weird part, the issue is that the DB Updater cannot detect my Mysql Executable Path.

The config says:
 

#
#    MySQLExecutable
#        Description: The path to your mysql cli binary.
#                     If the path is left empty, built-in path from cmake is used.
#        Example:     "C:/Program Files/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.6/bin/mysql.exe"
#                     "mysql.exe"
#                     "/usr/bin/mysql"
#        Default:     ""

MySQLExecutable = ""

This is MySQLExecutable directory: http://puu.sh/opg8L/46bf1ed683.png

These are my compilation files (just in case): http://puu.sh/opgch/18a6d2f7c1.png

This is the Path Cmake AutoDetects: http://puu.sh/opg9T/58b836e4c6.png as you can see, it's detecting my actual mysql executable path.

So why i am getting that error? as i stated before, this was not an issue with a 3 month old core, so it's pretty much a new issue, maybe core side?

Btw, i did "solve it" changing the config default path   #        Default:     ""  to MySQLExecutable = "C:\Program Files (x86)\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.6/bin/mysql.exe" but obviusly that is just bypassing the real issue.

Any ideas on why i have this issue? could it be core side issue or local issue?

Thanks for taking the time to read.

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Coud you attach your revision.h and the CMakeCache.txt which are located in your build directory please?

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