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How to create iterating make recipes
How to create iterating make recipes
This might help you Generally you don't iterate in make, you specify the dependency chain and let make handle it for you.
TAG : makefile
Date : November 24 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Jaro Sciranka
Migration from Makefile to CMake: -I
Migration from Makefile to CMake: -I
this will help It would help to see your actual CMake file, but you may want to take a look at target_link_libraries.
TAG : makefile
Date : November 23 2020, 11:01 PM , By : y Daniel
When I try to compile with g++ it is not parsing the flags I pass
When I try to compile with g++ it is not parsing the flags I pass
it fixes the issue The only thing I can suggest is that you're not using a simple text editor to create your makefile, and instead of standard ASCII spaces between the words in g++ -g -Wall you've used some kind of alternative Unicode whitespace char
TAG : makefile
Date : November 21 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Stephan Manahan
Makefile Runs Command Seemingly Randomly
Makefile Runs Command Seemingly Randomly
wish of those help So, I have a project with GNU make. Sometimes, if I do a make all, it builds, but after that, builds the debug symbol file again and sometimes, it just works fine and reports Nothing to be done for 'all'. , Well, the first line of
TAG : makefile
Date : November 19 2020, 11:01 PM , By : user6063715
Why basename in Makefile does not work as expected?
Why basename in Makefile does not work as expected?
I wish this help you The trouble is that you're trying to use the Make directive basename inside the shell for loop. Make will expand the $(basename ...) statement first (so $(basename $$t) becomes $t), then pass the command
TAG : makefile
Date : November 17 2020, 11:01 PM , By : saeed derakhshi
How to specify makefile dependencies when source and object suffixes are the same?
How to specify makefile dependencies when source and object suffixes are the same?
I hope this helps you . For the source, even if you are using traditional source files, it's not necessary to use the standard source member type. You could use say CMDSRC for the source member type of your command source.
TAG : makefile
Date : November 05 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Meghayu Adhvaryu
make command not found
make command not found
will help you Systems with /usr/bin/sh are few and far between. The de facto standard location for the shell is /bin/sh.Something in that package's makefile must be setting the SHELL variable to /usr/bin/sh, which is wrong (it's generally a bad idea
TAG : makefile
Date : November 03 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Saju Thankathurai
Makefile metaprogramming: template targets based on other target prerequisites expansion
Makefile metaprogramming: template targets based on other target prerequisites expansion
To fix the issue you can do You can probably get something close to what you want with conditionals and recursive make: Enclose your explicit root targets (foo, bar, do-foo, do-bar) in a conditional that evaluates true by default (the true mode). Lea
TAG : makefile
Date : October 24 2020, 01:08 AM , By : Tony Smith
How make can restore state after failure
How make can restore state after failure
Any of those help You can't force make to do this. You'll have to arrange for it to be done in your shell script, yourself. Make will send every "logical line" of the shell script to the same shell command. Turn multiple physical lines into one logic
TAG : makefile
Date : October 18 2020, 03:08 PM , By : Manuel Acosta
Makefile - fail if directory doesn't exist - cross platform
Makefile - fail if directory doesn't exist - cross platform
it helps some times If you are using GNU make or a version of make that supports order-only prerequisites, there is a natural solution. Declare these directories as order-only prerequisites of your install target:
TAG : makefile
Date : October 18 2020, 01:08 AM , By : Alexey
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