How can I create a Makefile.am easily
Thx in advance
> How can I create a Makefile.am easily
Roger Leigh ** Registration Number: 151826, http://counter.li.org **
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> > How can I create a Makefile.am easily
> Read the automake.info manual. Also, look at the Makefile.ams that have
> been written for other projects, which will give you plenty of ideas.
> Roger Leigh ** Registration Number: 151826, http://counter.li.org **
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Nera> How can I create a Makefile.am easily
Read the automake manual. Start from the automake page:
There is also a book about autoconf, automake, and libtool. You can
read it for free online or you can buy a copy:
I'm trying to learn autoconf and automake, and I've come across a problem
that I can't seem to find the answer to.
In my source tree, I have a common directory with some C source files that
need to be compiled into .o files. They are not used to build a program in
the common directory, nor are they used to build a library. They are,
however going to be linked in with other executables later.
My problem is this: how do I write a Makefile.am that merely compiles
these source files without attempting to link them to anything?
Thanks in advance,
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