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Re: Generate objects in right directory

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: Generate objects in right directory
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2008 16:21:02 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)

* Sebastien REYNES wrote on Fri, Sep 05, 2008 at 04:44:54PM CEST:
> Yes I have read this but I believe this solution don't answer to my
> need. In fact, I must to respect this treeview from root :
> /home/devbdie/
> Makefile
> ...
> /home/devbdie/src/module1/
> Makefile
> module1.c
> ...
> /home/devbdie/src/module2/
> Makefile
> module2.c 
> ...
> /home/devbdie/obj/module1
> module1.o
> ...
> /home/devbdie/obj/module2
> module2.o
> ...
> /home/devbdie/bin/
> module1
> module2
> ...

Unfortunately, you cannot easily get Automake to do it exactly like this
for you.  What you can do is move the files from /home/devbdie/ to
/home/devbdie/src and then
  cd /home/devbdie/obj
  ../src/configure [OPTIONS...]

then the objects will appear where you want them.  The programs will
appear alongside the objects.  If you need them in /home/devbdie/bin/
as well you could make copies or symlinks there, but note that
Automake's concept of the build tree doesn't fit that well:
/home/devbdie/bin is not below /home/devbdie/obj

If at all possible, you should consider changing your layout though.
Really the way Automake separates trees is quite handy once you get
used to it.

Hope that helps.


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