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Re: Checking software build tries for “commands.cmo”

From: SF Markus Elfring
Subject: Re: Checking software build tries for “commands.cmo”
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2017 20:50:13 +0200
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> address@hidden:~/Projekte/Coccinelle/20160205/commons> LANG=C make -d 
> commands.cmo V=1
>  No implicit rule found for 'commands.cmo'.
>  Finished prerequisites of target file 'commands.cmo'.
> Must remake target 'commands.cmo'.
> Successfully remade target file 'commands.cmo'.
> make: Nothing to be done for 'commands.cmo'.
> Now I wonder why I do not get the desired software generation results for
> this test case. Why is the source file “commands.ml” not compiled again
> in the way as the other one?

I have noticed a moment ago that an interface description file was missing
somehow for the OCaml source file in this compilation attempt.

I have added the following extra rules as a special handling.

commands.cmo: commands.ml
        $(OCAMLC_CMD) -c $<

commands.cmx: commands.ml
        $(OCAMLOPT_CMD) -c $<

I wonder then that the make tool did not give me a direct clue for a failed
software dependency as I am used to in other cases.


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