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Make, and VPATH's
- To: "'cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com'" <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: Make, and VPATH's
- From: Neil Clayton <neil dot clayton at kbgroup dot co dot nz>
- Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 17:10:44 +1200
I'm attempting to compile some java code via make, and am running into some
difficulty when I attempt to split the source and class file locations.
I'm using jdeps to generate parts of the makefile, here is some partial
output from jdeps. (BTW: source is located in /src/src and classes are in
JAVACOMPILE is set to: jikes -g -nowarn -d /src/classes
Make runs OK, and everything appears to work, but when I run make again, it
recompiles everything from scratch. It's as though it never see's/finds the
target (the .class files). If I change back to using the same dir for both
source and class files, it works.
I've tried using VPATH = /src/src:/src/classes but that does not help (and
I'm not sure I've understood it anyway!).
I've lookup up the GNU doco on make, and it says the target is built if
either make can't find the target, or it's out of date compared to the
source files. I'm assuming here that it can't find the target for some
The only thing I can think of is that it's got something to do with me using
full paths in the rules.
Anyone got any ideas on this?
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