|Date:||Fri, 1 Feb 2002 10:14:51 -0800|
Gmake has the option "-d" that will output a large amount of very detailed information about what it's doing and why. I suggest you re-direct this to a file. Also, the "-p" option will print out the definitions of all internal macros and targets. I've used both these options to good effect when debugging my makefiles.
Note that I am "just another user"; Paul Smith might have more or more correct info on this.
Configuration Manager - WIDCOMM, Inc
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> I'm sorry to bother you on this e-mail address,
> but I am working with quiet complex makefiles
> and would like to know if it exist a debugger or 'tracer' for make.
> Can you help me ?
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