Makefile Tutorial

Discuss Makefile

Discuss Makefile Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Makefile is a program building tool which runs on Unix, Linux, and their flavors. It aids in simplifying building program executables that may need various modules. To determine how the modules need to be compiled or recompiled together, make takes the help of user-defined makefiles. This tutorial…

Makefile – Useful Resources

Makefile – Useful Resources Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   The following resources contain additional information on Makefile. Please use them to get more in-depth knowledge on this topic. Useful Links on Makefile Wiki Page − Wikipedia references for Makefile. Make File − Another Tutorials on Makefile. Useful Books on Makefile To enlist your site…

Makefile – Quick Guide

Makefile – Quick Guide Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   Why Makefile? Compiling the source code files can be tiring, especially when you have to include several source files and type the compiling command every time you need to compile. Makefiles are the solution to simplify this task. Makefiles are special format files that help…

Makefile – Example

Makefile – Example Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   This is an example of the Makefile for compiling the hello program. This program consists of three files main.cpp, factorial.cpp and hello.cpp. # Define required macros here SHELL = /bin/sh OBJS = main.o factorial.o hello.o CFLAG = -Wall -g CC = gcc INCLUDE = LIBS =…

Makefile – Other Features

Makefile – Other Features Advertisements Previous Page Next Page   In this chapter, we shall look into various other features of Makefile. Recursive Use of Make Recursive use of make means using make as a command in a makefile. This technique is useful when you want separate makefiles for various subsystems that compose a larger…