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Short: Port of GNU make with SAS/C (no ixemul.library required)
Author: GNU, Amiga port by Aaron "Optimizer" Digulla
Uploader: Aaron "Optimizer" Digulla (
Type: dev/c
This is a pure Amiga port of GNU make. It needs no extra libraries or
anything. It has the following features (in addition to any features of
GNU make):
- Runs Amiga-Commands with SystemTags() (Execute)
- Can run multi-line statements
- Allows to use Device-Names in targets:
c:make : make.o
is ok. To distinguish between device-names and target : or ::, MAKE
looks for spaces. If there are any around :, it's taken as a target
delimiter, if there are none, it's taken as the name of a device. Note
that "make:make.o" tries to create "make.o" on the device "make:".
- Replaces @@ by a newline in any command line:
if exists make @@\
delete make.bak quiet @@\
rename make make.bak @@\
endif @@\
$(CC) Link Make.o To make
works. Note that the @@ must stand alone (ie. "make@@\" is illegal).
Also be carefull that there is a space after the "\" (ie, at the
beginning of the next line).
- Can be made resident to save space and time
- Amiga specific wildcards can be used in $(wildcard ...)
- The line
dummy.h : src/*.c
tries to make dummy.h from "src/*.c" (ie. no wildcard-expansion takes
place). You have to use "$(wildcard src/*.c)" instead.
To recompile, you need SAS/C 6.51. make itself is not neccessary, there
is an smakefile.
1. Copy config.ami to config.h
2. If you use make to compie, copy Makefile.ami to Makefile and
glob/Makefile.ami to glob/Makefile. Copy make into the current
3. Run smake/make
Copy make somewhere in your search path (eg. sc:c or sc:bin).
If you plan to use recursive makes, install make resident:
Resident make Add