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Re: GMAKE 3.81 vs GMAKE 4.2

From: nikhil jain
Subject: Re: GMAKE 3.81 vs GMAKE 4.2
Date: Thu, 5 May 2022 17:41:22 +0530

Hi Guys,

I have been using gmake from a long time.
I wanted to know 2 things -

1) How do I know if the compilation is incremental or full ? I mean is
there a way in make to know that the compile is incremental ? Any variable
which is set ? any ENV variable ?
2) How do I know the status of the make in main function ? How to know if
the build passed or failed ?

This is extremely urgent. Please help.

On Sun, Jan 24, 2021 at 10:59 AM nikhil jain <> wrote:

> Hi,
> There are few like you said SGE's qmake. There is one from IBM called
> lsmake but it needs LSF to run.
> You can actually develop your own non-standard gmake build by filling out
> the stubs in the remote-stub.c file. That will be much easier.
> Thanks
> Nikhil
> On Sat, Jan 23, 2021 at 2:13 AM Cook, Malcolm <> wrote:
>> >The standard build of GNU make does not support any remote operations and
>> >it links in the remote-stub.c file which provides do-nothing versions of
>> >all the remote functions.
>> Is there a non-standard build that *does* support remote operations?  I
>> am familiar with SGE's qmake.  Is this such a build? Are there others?
>> Inquiring minds....

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