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

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The section 9.3 of the (GNU) Make manual describes overriding variables. An argument that contains ‘=’ specifies the value of a variable: ‘v=x’ sets the value of the variable v to x. The … problem is not with your makefile, but with the invocation. The argument that contains = is just =. Make does not concatenate multiple arguments into one you should specify: SUBDIRS=/home/esp/task1-2. …
answered Sep 6 '14 by Anthon
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Make the clean_all target depending on clean target: .PHONY: clean_all clean clean: rm -f *.aux *.blg *.out *.bbl *.log clean_all: clean rm -f *.pdf I added the -f to rm so that …
answered Apr 12 '14 by Anthon
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that among other things now how to create a distribution file: DIST:=dist/$(PKGNAME)-$(VERSION).tar.gz WHL:=dist/$(PKGNAME)-$(VERSION)-py*-any.whl $(DIST): $(SRC) make check python setup.py sdist …
answered Mar 3 '16 by Anthon
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] (putting in checks might be appropriate). If you explicitly start the program with python, you can leave out the first line, but it won't hurt to be there in case you make A.py executable, you will need it … . In your makefile you now can specify: default: python A.py /hard/coded/path (make sure you have a Tabbefore python, not 8 spaces. And then you can run make (no need to do make makefile unless you have a Makefile or with Gnu make a GNUmakefile in the same directory) …
answered Jun 12 '15 by Anthon
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Your configuration seems ok to me (you normally only have to override the sensible defaults in ./configure), you would normally include the build step (make). From the FAQ file included in the … downloaded 1.2.8 archive: 13. How can I make a Unix shared library? By default a shared (and a static) library is built for Unix. So: make distclean ./configure make 14. How do I …
answered Nov 25 '14 by Anthon
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version 1.6.16) The additional complication is that if you install PNG 1.6 the make of libbpg still uses libpng12-dev even if you configure PNG 1.6 with configure --prefix=/usr. And you cannot just … libpng12 package # this gives error messages on the directories (that cannot be removed this # way, which can be ignored. sudo rm $(dpkg -L libpng12-dev) # download, configure, make and make install PNG …
answered Feb 22 '15 by Anthon
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Looks like this makefile includes two files (xyz.mak and pqr.mak) from its parent directory. That seems certainly useful to me.
answered May 15 '13 by Anthon