|From:||Varambally, Dheeraj B|
|Subject:||Issue with automatic dependency generation in gmake|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Sep 2009 11:06:22 -0700|
I’m trying to automatically generate the dependency files from my C compiler and including it using the –include directive But gmake does not seem to abort upon encountering the first compile error in a C source file. It seems to continue building the rest of the files . How can we make gmake abort upon encountering the first error. It works fine if I do not include the dependency file.
Here is a snapshot of what I’m trying to do
Target : src
$(CC) –c $(CFLAGS) –makedep $(DEPFILE)
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