SN> I know the imake and configure can be used to generate Makefile.
SN> Is there any other choice?
Well, you can also use automake/autoconf. IMHO automake is much
easier to use than imake. The downside is that you also get autoconf,
which I unfortunately seem to have acquired zen for. *sigh*
You also can (and should) bite the bullet and just learn how Make
works. It's not that difficult, and you can create a simple makefile
fairly quickly once you start to understand what's going on.
"Hey, Doug, do you mind if I push the Emergency Booth Self-Destruct Button?"
"Oh, sure, Dave, whatever...you _do_ know what that does, right?"