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Re: Management C Project Files with Emacs?

From: Daniel
Subject: Re: Management C Project Files with Emacs?
Date: 28 Mar 2007 17:00:19 -0700
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On Mar 28, 4:15 pm, "Colin S. Miller" <no-spam-
address@hidden> wrote:
> Daniel wrote:
> > Hi,
> > If I want to compile a large project like Linux Kernel, I don't know
> > how I can use emacs.
> > 2. Whenever opening a file, it seems that emacs change current
> > directory. So, I cannot simply type "M-x compile RET make". Is there
> > anyway to have emacs to stick on specific directory?
> These easiest way to do this is to change the compile line to
> cd /path/to/src/ && make -f Makefile ALL
> HTH,
> Colin S. Miller
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Hi Colin,

That is good idea.

Moreover, I also find I could make it this:
     M-x make RET make -C /usr/src/linux RET
Above make option indicates the root directory for the make no matter
where I am in.

Thank you guys, it was helpful to me.

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