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makeg(1) [redhat man page]

MAKEG(1)						      General Commands Manual							  MAKEG(1)

makeg - make a debuggable executable SYNOPSIS
makeg [ make-options ... ] [ targets ... ] DESCRIPTION
The makeg script runs make, passing it variable settings to create a debuggable target when used with a Makefile generated by imake. For example, it arranges for the C compiler to be called with the -g option. ENVIRONMENT
MAKE The make program to use. Default ``make''. GDB Set to a non-null value if using the gdb debugger on Solaris 2, which requires additional debugging options to be passed to the compiler. SEE ALSO
make (1), imake (1) X Version 11 Release 6.6 MAKEG(1)

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XMKMF(1)						      General Commands Manual							  XMKMF(1)

xmkmf - create a Makefile from an Imakefile SYNOPSIS
xmkmf [ -a ] [ topdir [ curdir ] ] DESCRIPTION
The xmkmf command is the normal way to create a Makefile from an Imakefile shipped with third-party software. When invoked with no arguments in a directory containing an Imakefile, the imake program is run with arguments appropriate for your system (configured into xmkmf when X was built) and generates a Makefile. When invoked with the -a option, xmkmf builds the Makefile in the current directory, and then automatically executes ``make Makefiles'' (in case there are subdirectories), ``make includes'', and ``make depend'' for you. This is the normal way to configure software that is out- side the X Consortium build tree. If working inside the X Consortium build tree (unlikely unless you are an X developer, and even then this option is never really used), the topdir argument should be specified as the relative pathname from the current directory to the top of the build tree. Optionally, curdir may be specified as a relative pathname from the top of the build tree to the current directory. It is necessary to supply curdir if the current directory has subdirectories, or the Makefile will not be able to build the subdirectories. If a topdir is given, xmkmf assumes nothing is installed on your system and looks for files in the build tree instead of using the installed versions. SEE ALSO
imake(1) X Version 11 imake 1.0.2 XMKMF(1)

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