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Re: Looking for nastiest makefile that uses function calls to > make the
Kenneth Adam Miller
Re: Looking for nastiest makefile that uses function calls to > make the makefile in memory...
Sat, 18 Mar 2017 14:49:06 -0400
The makefile use that is present in the ocaml project ctypes is pretty
nasty, maybe it has what you're looking for. Definitely there are an bunch
of macros and variable re-evaluations.
On Sat, Mar 18, 2017 at 1:05 PM, Pierre LINDENBAUM <
> A divide+conquer makefile: http://plindenbaum.blogspot.fr
> From: "Brian Cowan" <address@hidden>
>> To: "make-help mailing list" <address@hidden>
>> Subject: Looking for nastiest makefile that uses function calls to
>> make the makefile in memory...
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>> I'm chasing down use cases for the $(call and $(eval functions to
>> effectively build the makefile from macros in the makefile (or included
>> files). I'm looking to stress-test the make tool I support, which supports
>> GNU make syntax, but I'm finding that elementary usecases don't always
>> suffice. So, if someone knows of a makefile-from-h**l they have fought
>> with, I'd love to hear about it... If its in an open-source project, that
>> would be even better...
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