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Re: Compile group of modules

From: Earnie Boyd
Subject: Re: Compile group of modules
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2006 08:36:11 -0400
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Quoting Uri Shkolnik <address@hidden>:

I have a versatile list of modules (it may be changed according to the application I build)
Each module has its own makefile that resides in the module's directory.
I would like to execute all relevant makefiles.

The major obstacle (?) is that I must use make v3.78.1 @ win32 (windows) environment.

The "classic" solution (for U*X systems)  should be something like:

clean_all: $(MODULES)
   $(foreach MOD,$(MODULES),make -C $(MOD) clean;)

The problem is that for win32 systems, semicolon is invalid character (maybe it should be replaced with &&, but this is illegal from the make parser side (I think))

Removing the semicolon cause error after the first loop -

       << process for first interaction... >>
       *** No rule to make target 'make'.  Stop.

Anyone has an idea how to solve this problem?

Get a real shell. See for one possiblity.

Earnie Boyd

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