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RE: Generating pattern rules for various directories

From: Pierre-Julien VILLOUD
Subject: RE: Generating pattern rules for various directories
Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2008 09:10:23 +0200

Thank both of you for your answers :) ! Obviously your solution works... I
saw this directive in the middle of the long make doc... But I didn't make
the connection... 

Thanks again !

Pierre-Julien VILLOUD

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Dave Korn [mailto:address@hidden 
Envoyé : jeudi 7 août 2008 17:19
À : 'Pierre-Julien VILLOUD'; address@hidden
Objet : RE: Generating pattern rules for various directories

Pierre-Julien VILLOUD wrote on 07 August 2008 15:03:

> I'm trying to write a generic makefile with gnu-make under windows
> (unxUtils). The problem is that my source files are not in the same
> directory.  
> For example :
> Dir1/Dir2 : directory where is located the makefile and some source files
> and where I run make. 
> Dir3/ : some other sources files.

> So I tried something like that with (INCDIRS=Dir1/Dir2 Dir3 Dir3/Dir4)
> but it doesn't work L. 

> As the directories in INCDIRS change from a project to another I can't
> write explicitly the rules. Is there a way to bypass this problem and
> generate those targets ?  


vpath %.cpp $(INCDIRS)

combined with a straightforward 

        $(CPP) -o $@ -c $< $(CFLAGS) \
                $(foreach DIRECTORY,$(INCDIRS),-I(DIRECTORY))

... do the job?

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