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Komenda/polecenie: Jak użyć make

Uruchomienie, wykonanie: make [options] [targets] [macro definitions]

Jak działa, co robi: Update one or more targets according to dependency instructions in a description file in the current directory. By default, this file is called makefile or Makefile. Options, targets, and macro definitions can be in any order. Macro definitions are typed as:


For more information on make, see Managing Projects with GNU Make (O'Reilly)

Dostępne opcje, wywołanie: -d, --debug

Print detailed debugging information.

-e, --environment-overrides

Override Makefile macro definitions with environment variables.

-f Makefile, --file=Makefile, --makefile=Makefile

Use Makefile as the description file; a filename of - denotes standard input.

-h, --help

Print options to make command.

-i, --ignore-errors

Ignore command error codes (same as .IGNORE).

-j [jobs] , --jobs [=jobs]

Attempt to execute this many jobs simultaneously or, if no number is specified, as many jobs as possible.

-k, --keep-going

Abandon the current target when it fails, but keep working with unrelated targets.

-l [load] , --load-average [=load] , --max-load [=load]

Attempt to keep load below load, which should be a floating-point number. Used with -j.

-n, --just-print, --dry-run, --recon

Print commands but don't execute (used for testing).

-o file, --old-file=file, --assume-old=file

Never remake file or cause other files to be remade on account of it.

-p, --print-data-base

Print rules and variables in addition to normal execution.

-q, --question

Query; return 0 if file is up to date, nonzero otherwise.

-r, --no-built-in-rules

Do not use default rules.

-s, --silent, --quiet

Do not display command lines (same as .SILENT).

-t, --touch

Touch the target files without remaking them.

-v, --version

Show version of make.

-w, --print-directory

Display the current working directory before and after execution.


Print warning if a macro is used without being defined.

-C directory, --directory directory

cd to directory before beginning make operations. A subsequent -C directive will cause make to attempt to cd into a directory relative to the current working directory.

-I directory, --include-dir directory

Include directory in list of directories containing included files.

-S, --no-keep-going, --stop

Cancel previous -k options. Useful in recursive makes.

-W file, --what-if file, --new-file file, --assume-new file

Behave as though file has been recently updated.

Użycie MAKE zastosowanie komendy na linii poleceńw Słownik M .