Forgive me if I posted this in the wrong Stack. Every time I run make for a file without any Makefiles in the directory, make still works and compiles the source code but only with the arguments: gcc ...
I'm running Ubuntu Linux 10.04. And I have the following in my .bashrc file: if [ -f /etc/bash_completion ] && ! shopt -oq posix; then . /etc/bash_completion fi I'm having a problem ...
(See update at the foot of the question). This is a followup question to "Make directory copies using find". This question involved manipulating a bunch of directories, This got too complicated to ...
One Makefile target is supposed to be in charge of: grabbing the output of $ perl Markdown.pl src/index.md (markdown to html) using that string to replace one line, something like CONTENT ...
The .DELETE_ON_ERROR target will tell make to delete a target if a rule fails. But this doesn't work for pipelines, because the exit status value $? holds the value of the last program in the ...
How can I redirect output from MAKE i such a way that I get only --silent output to screen, but full MAKE-output to a log file? Or can this be achieved through some sdout/stderr redirection magic?