make is a utility that automates the build process by managing dependencies amongst targets.

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Building monotools-server, gtk+, pango - bizarre path issues

I'm attempting to build the monotools-server app from source. After days of hunting down missing dependencies (and in one case (xsp) having to manually modify a generated Makefile to remove a ...
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Adding directory to PATH through Makefile

I'm having some trouble in exporting the PATH I've modified inside the Makefile into the current Terminal. I'm trying to add to the PATH, the bin folder inside wherever the Makefile directory is. ...
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Something to convert a makefile.am to project in Visual Studio (2005)

I'm interested in porting a library to Windows so that I can contribute to this library's project. This library has a Makefile.am, and I can sort of figure out how the library should be built (but I'm ...
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How to buld with MAKE and only --silent output on screen, but get full output to log file

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?
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Forcing GNU make to run commands in order

With the following Makefile, GNU make runs the two commands in parallel. Since the first one takes time to finish, rm *.log is run before the log file is created, and fails. dummy.pdf: dummy.tex ...
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How to change the install path of my Linux Source tree?

I was trying to bring up my custom kernel. I did the following : $ make menuconfig && make modules && make modules_install && make install I would like to change the ...
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pysvn fails to make due to -lneon not found?

I am trying to install pysvn on my CentOS server and it says that -lneon is gone. After searching their mailing lists for a bit I found what neon means but it doesn't say how can I get it? Here's my ...
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upgrade xdebug without using apt?

I'm running debian 5.0.6 and have installed xdebug 2.0.3 via aptitude. Now I want to install PHPUnit, and when trying to do it through pear, I get the error that PHPUnit wants a more recent xdebug ...
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Make failing while trying to install SoX (spectrogram - libpng)

I'm trying to install SoX, and get through configure fine, but it fails on make with the following: /bin/sh ../libtool --silent --tag=CC --silent --mode=compile gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. ...
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Writing a makefile to install manual pages for a library

If I have a C library, let's say "apple", and "apple" contains functions "banana" and "carrot", how do I write the "install" line in the makefile so that "man banana" brings up the manual page for the ...
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How do I recursively apply PKGREPOSITORY when calling make package-recursive in FreeBSD?

I'm trying to create a package of Apache and its dependencies: sudo make package-recursive \ __MAKE_CONF=~/make.apache22.conf \ PKGREPSOITORY=/usr/home/gvkv Everything works fine; Apache and its ...