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Re: How to handle a non-compilable file.

From: Tom Tromey
Subject: Re: How to handle a non-compilable file.
Date: 29 Apr 2002 09:09:44 -0600

>>>>> "David" == David Kirkby <address@hidden> writes:

David> Incedently, is there a way of sparating the different sources,
David> so make it look clearer. i.e something like

David> CPP = file1.cpp, file2.cpp ..
David> H= file1.h, file2.h ...
David> XPM = file1.xpm, file2.xpm ..
David> atlc_SOURCES = CPP + H + XPM 

You can do this, because you can introduce new variables to do
whatever you want, just like with make.

    CPP = file.cpp
    H = file.h
    atlc_SOURCES = $(CPP) $(H)


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