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- To: "Cygwin (E-mail)" <cygwin at sourceware dot cygnus dot com>
- Subject: Make
- From: Neil Clayton <neil dot clayton at kbgroup dot co dot nz>
- Date: Thu, 15 Jun 2000 17:42:58 +1200
I've been attempting to get make to work (with Java), without any luck.
Actually, I should be more specific - make works, but I cannot get it to
work properly if I choose to compile the java files to an alternate
directory from the source (that is, specify the '-d' option).
The rules's Im using use full pathnames (/src/src/... and for the .java
files and /src/classes/... for the classes) for argets and dependencies.
These rules are generated by jdeps.
When I run make - it compiles the files.
When I run make again - it compiles the files again.
It does not seem to perform an 'incremental' build.
Weird thing is, when re-generate the dependency information, so that javac
does not generate to an alternate directory (that is, I remove the '-d'
option), it works. Successive runs of make do NOT rebuild everything.
Is this a known fault?
Is there a workaround?
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