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Old 07-30-2001
Network Makefile wildcards

Using a makefile I want to compile all .c files in the current directory without specifying them directly and then link their associated .o files into a library.

How do I do this ?

Thanks.
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Old 07-30-2001
Data Compiler

Sun WorkShop Compiler C 4.2
under Solaris 5.5.1

They can be compiled one after another as usual, but I do not want to specify each c file specifically in the makefile hence the use of a wildcard.

Any ideas ?

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