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Re: How to use wildcard for different 'stem' values

From: hans . peter . van . lohuizen
Subject: Re: How to use wildcard for different 'stem' values
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 10:55:46 +0200

Thanks Paul for your suggestions.

It seems to me the "old" solution is the savest to choose right now.
Could you give me a small hint of how such a "generating make fragment" rule
should look like? Can you show me a kind of "make framework" to work on?


Hans Peter.

>There are two ways to do the latter: the "old" way, which works with
>almost any version of GNU make, is to write a rule that generates a
>makefile fragment containing the targets you want, then include that
>fragment.  GNU make has a special feature where it tries to remake every
>included makefile and, if it succeeds, it will re-exec itself to read
>that new makefile.

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