Comments in Makefile

Running NMAKE | Microsoft Docs

docs.microsoft.comThe first makefile target can be a pseudotarget that builds other targets. NMAKE uses makefiles specified with /F, or if /F isn’t specified, the Makefile file in the current directory. If no makefile is specified, it uses inference rules to build command-line targets. The command-file text file (or response file) contains command-line input.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/build/reference/running-nmake

How to add multi line comments in makefiles – Stack Overflow

stackoverflow.comNo, there is nothing like C-style /* */ comments in makefiles. As somebody else suggested, you can make a multi-line comment by using line continuations. For example: # This is the first line of a comment \ and this is still part of the comment \ as is this, since I keep ending each line \ …

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4493291/how-to-add-multi-line-comments-in-makefiles

Tutorial – Makefile

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Include (GNU make)

gnu.orgWhen make processes an include directive, it suspends reading of the containing makefile and reads from each listed file in turn. When that is finished, make resumes reading the makefile in which the directive appears. One occasion for using include directives is when several programs, handled by individual makefiles in various directories, need to use a common set of variable definitions (see …

https://www.gnu.org/software/make/manual/html_node/Include.html

NDEBUG is not defined in the makefile Release target …

github.com16/05/2013 · I’m running OF on Linux and noticed that assert() calls do not get compiled away in the Release target. Typically, this is handled by the Makefile (or an IDE project file) by being passed as a -DNDEBUG flag to the compiler (e.g. in the C…

https://github.com/openframeworks/openFrameworks/issues/2054

multiple – nmake makefile comment – Solved

code.i-harness.comNo, there is nothing like C-style /* */ comments in makefiles. As somebody else suggested, you can make a multi-line comment by using line continuations. For example: # This is the first line of a comment \ and this is still part of the comment \ as is this, since I keep ending each line \ …

https://code.i-harness.com/en/q/448feb

GNU Make – Writing Makefiles

web.mit.eduGo to the previous, next section.. Writing Makefiles. The information that tells make how to recompile a system comes from reading a data base called the makefile.. What Makefiles Contain. Makefiles contain five kinds of things: explicit rules, implicit rules, variable definitions, directives, and comments.Rules, variables, and directives are described at length in later chapters.

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What is Makefile for c program compilation and how to …

includehelp.comMakefile to compile these files #make file – this is a comment section all: #target name gcc main.c misc.c -o main Save file with name "Makefile". Insert comment followed by # character. all is a target name, insert : after target name. gcc is compiler name, main.c, misc.c source file names, -o is linker flag and main is binary file name.

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Makefile Tutorial by Example

makefiletutorial.comMakefile Syntax A Makefile consists of a set of rules. A rule generally looks like this: targets : prerequisites command command command. The targets are file names, seperated by spaces. Typically, there is only one per rule. The commands are a series of steps typically used to make the target(s).

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Makefiles in Linux: An Overview – CodeProject

codeproject.com04/12/2008 · Character # is used to insert comments in makefiles. All text from the comment character to the end of the line is ignored. app is the target, the executable that must be build. app.c and inc_a.h are the dependencies of target app (inc_a.h is present only in mkfile.r).

https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/31488/Makefiles-in-Linux-An-Overview

A Beginners Guide to Understand Makefiles in Linux

linoxide.com03/03/2014 · A makefile is a special file (named as ‘Makefile‘ only) that consists of targets, dependencies and commands, structured in a way that makes it easy for a programmer to compile the program. In a layman’s terms, here is a very basic syntax of a makefile :

https://linoxide.com/how-tos/learn-linux-makefiles/

How to create a simple GCC Makefile in Linux using C …

elexfocus.com27/09/2018 · 3. Creating a makefile. Similarly open a text document using gedit in terminal. Save it as Makefile. Type below shown text in Makefile. Makefile. all: Target name– The output will be named as target. main.o – object file made from main.c and help.h; gcc -c main.c- recipe to compile main.c and make output as main.o; gcc -o all– recipe to …

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Makefile – Wikipedia

en.wikipedia.org‘#’ in a line of a makefile starts a comment. It and the rest of the line is ignored. Rules. A makefile consists of “rules” in the following form: target: dependencies system command (s) A target is usually the name of a file that is generated by a program; examples of targets are executable or object files.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makefile

Makefile cheatsheet – Devhints

devhints.ioThe one-page guide to Makefile: usage, examples, links, snippets, and more.

https://devhints.io/makefile

What is a Makefile and how does it work? | Opensource.com

opensource.com22/08/2018 · If we try to run make after the changes, only the target say_hello will be executed. That’s because only the first target in the makefile is the default target. Often called the default goal, this is the reason you will see all as the first target in most projects. It is the responsibility of all to call other targets. We can override this behavior using a special phony target called .DEFAULT …

https://opensource.com/article/18/8/what-how-makefile

Complete Makefile Tutorial for Beginners [Explained with …

csestack.orgYou can use the makefile with Linux Operation System or any other. You should have C/C++ compiler to compile the source files mentioned in the makefile directories. Yes, you have done it! Hope you like this makefile tutorial for beginners. I am free to take any question if you have. Comment it below, I will reply it back. Happy Programming!

https://www.csestack.org/makefile-tutorial-explained-example-beginners/

make – What do $@ and $< in a makefile mean? – Unix …

unix.stackexchange.comFrom make manpage: $@ is: The file name of the target of the rule. If the target is an archive member, then ‘$@’ is the name of the archive file. In a pattern rule that has multiple targets (see Introduction to Pattern Rules), ‘$@’ is the name of whichever target caused the rule’s recipe to be run.

https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/116547/what-do-and-in-a-makefile-mean

Unravelling the Mysteries of Makefiles – Cprogramming.com

cprogramming.comComments Note that it’s possible to include comments in makefiles: simply preface a comment with a pound sign, #, and the rest of the line will be ignored. Macros Macros are written in a simple x=y form. For instance, to set your C compiler to gcc, you might write: CC=gcc

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Visual Studio Code C++ with Makefile Cheat – DEV

dev.toI was using a task template for building C files with Makefiles and just wanted the two (C and C++) to be consistent. However, it wasn’t that easy. The "My fault" part got worked out with a question posted on Twitter. I was trying to build while my active file was the tasks.json file.

https://dev.to/tardisgallifrey/visual-studio-code-c-with-makefile-cheat-1hb4

GCC makefile | Mbed

os.mbed.comTo report a problem, leave a comment, or add an issue on github. 8 comments on GCC makefile: Chris G # 17 Apr 2014. Hello Martin, I’ve been playing around with this makefile attempting to get an offline compiler working. I followed the directions on your blog, but unfortunately I’m a bit stuck.

https://os.mbed.com/users/Kojto/notebook/gcc-makefile/

Add a help target to a Makefile that will allow all …

gist.github.com10/11/2020 · @perl -e ‘$(HELP_FUN)’ $(MAKEFILE_LIST) # Everything below is an example target00: ##@foo This message will show up when typing ‘make help’ @echo does nothing target01: ##@foo This message will also show up when typing ‘make help’ @echo does something # Remember that targets can have multiple entries (if your target specifications are very long, etc.) target02: ## This message will …

https://gist.github.com/prwhite/8168133

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A Super-Simple Makefile for Medium-Sized C/C++ Projects

spin.atomicobject.com26/08/2016 · This is actually a really nice makefile :D. The only things I could add would be an example of where in include library link flags. But this is pretty much my makefile, only using find over wildcard. Oh, and ctags generation stuff.

https://spin.atomicobject.com/2016/08/26/makefile-c-projects/

Makefile | Hackaday

hackaday.com16/11/2020 · With a community of 47 contributors, the Makefile enables you to escape from the IDE entirely by writing code in the cushy text editor of your choice and compiling with a …

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Practical Makefiles, by example

nuclear.mutantstargoat.com4 Simpler makefile. Obviously, having to type rules for each of our source files is tedious, and thankfully unnecessary. Make actually knows how to create object code from C source files, so we can skip the object file rules, and also provides some handy variables for referring to the target or dependency files in rule commands without having to re-type everything.

http://nuclear.mutantstargoat.com/articles/make/

Makefile Error in Atmel Studio 7 | AVR Freaks

avrfreaks.net11/10/2014 · The Makefile is created from scratch every time you click "Build". At that moment AS7 collects together all the details of the Project options you have set and the list of source files you have in the project and it puts them all together to create a Makefile that represents what you have asked to …

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