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hello, I'm trying to create a makefile to run multiple c files. I am able to run one c file only with the code I have when I tried to run 2 or more c files I'm not able. here is my code
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# $Date: 2012/11/27 11:35:30 $
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I've got a simple makefile but it does not work?
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I've a makefile which has this line:
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I need to parse the target
ifeq '$@' 'first'
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ifeq '$@' 'second'
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The thing is to be able compare the target string to any string and then do the commands
Thanks a lot
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At my company, we build some stuff using a makefile. While the makefile script is running, a developer may check in a newer version of a source file. The problem is, when we next run the make command, the target file isn't rebuilt, because the date of the target is after the dependency.
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