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Too, Justin A.
Fri, 15 Apr 2011 14:54:47 -0700
I'm trying to communicate environment variables to a sub-make. I'm aware of
the Make 'export' directive, but this just creates a Makefile variable in a
Sub-make, right? I would like a Sub-make to have the same shell PYTHONPATH and
CLASSPATH environment variables set, for example. I'm using an executable that
is generated during 'make' to run tests during 'make check' and this executable
requires certain environment variables to be set (that point to paths generated
during 'make'). If I could set these things at the top-level 'make check',
that would be great. For now, I created a wrapper for the executable that
basically does the necessary environment setup and then runs the executable.
- Sub-make environment,
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