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Re: recursive gmake examples

From: Sankaranarayanan K V
Subject: Re: recursive gmake examples
Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2001 10:15:19 +0530
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On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 09:46:44AM -0800, Asperheim, Eric wrote:

> I was wondering if there is a "standard" or "best known method" for using
> recursive gmake calls? The GNU Manual talks about the capabilities of gmake
> in this regard (section 5.6). However, there doesn't appear to be any
> examples in the document.

(1) Lots of examples were discussed in the mailing list in the past.

The list archive is available at:

(see the List-Archive: mail header).

I couldn't find a search option -- however, you can download the 736K
archive and search using your mailer. If your mailer cribs, just remove
the first blank line using your text editor. I could find about 20
messages containing 'recurs' in their body.

(2) I presume you have already seen the 'Recursion' node of the info.

(3) Visit the wonderful site by Paul D. Smith:

The article titled 'Multi-Architecture builds using GNU make' uses

Everything in this site can be termed 'gmake gems'.



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