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Re: using a makefile to create an executable file
On 4/11/2012 7:18 AM, Marc Girod wrote:
Eliot Moss wrote:
A quick look at the wikipedia page for cmake shows that cmake is
a tool that generates a Makefile suitable for the platform at
hand. So, I think you need at least these steps:
I am quite sure it would be more beneficial to learn the syntax of makefiles
and to write simple ones by hand...
This is not hard, and might be helpful. Miracles (especially the ones you
don't understand) are dangerous.
I don't disagree. It just appears that the professor set up
the code to use cmake, whose purpose is to generate a makefile
suitable to the platform at hand. It would be inappropriate
to tinker with the makefile since the intention is for it to
be generated automatically ...
Regards -- EM
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