|Subject:||Re: Automake 1.7.2 & using implicit rules PART2|
|Date:||Thu, 17 Apr 2003 12:03:19 +0200|
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I have some problems understanding what will be created from a source.src file by filemaker (I myself am not familiar with this application).
You can use suffix rules but these only work when the filename bit without the suffix part is the same for both the source and target files. This means that if you have something like:
SUFFIXES = .src
bin_PROGRAMS = foo
foo_SOURCES = foo.src
automake will expect filemaker to create a foo.c.
So my question back to you is: what exactly is created from a foo.src file (all three .cpp, .c, and .lxx files or only one of them) and what will be the exact file names for the generated files (foo.cpp, foo.c, and foo.lxx or different)?
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