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Oram A., Talbott S. — Managing Projects with make
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Название: Managing Projects with make

Авторы: Oram A., Talbott S.

Аннотация:

This manual is devoted to the Unix MAKE utility. Authors Oram and Talbott have revised this popular text to cover Unix System V Release 4. Includes useful quick reference and trouble-shooting chapters as well as appendices on Popular Extensions and Variant Features of MAKE.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Технология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

ed2k: ed2k stats

Год издания: 1991

Количество страниц: 136

Добавлена в каталог: 09.12.2005

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Предметный указатель
"      see "Tilde"
#      see "Comment" "Pound
#ifdef, use with macros      71—78
$$      see "Dollar sign" "Macro" "Shell
$.c \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.e \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.f \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.h \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.l \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.r \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.s \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.sh \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
$.y \tilde{}$ suffix, handling by SCCS      27
%      see "Percent sign"
'      see "Backquote"
()      see "Parentheses"
*      see "Asterisk" "Metacharacter" "Pattern-matching"
-      see "Hyphen"
-b option      88 99
-D option      89—90 99
-e option      15 99
-F option      35 85 100
-i option      57 87 100
-k option      57 100
-l linker option as macro      23
-N option      36 85 100
-p option      35 100
-q option      86 100
-R option      88 100
-S option      36 85 100
-t option      86 100
.      see "Period"
.a suffix      see "Library"
.c suffix      20
.c suffix in relation to lex (.l) and yacc (.y) files      33
.cshrc file      see "Environment variables"
.DEFAULT target      88
.e suffix      25
.F suffix      25
.h files, dependencies      61 78—81 106 111
.h suffix, suffix rule for      38
.IGNORE target      57 87
.l suffix      33
.login file      see "Environment variables"
.mk suffix      85
.o suffix      20
.p suffix as convention for profiled object files      77
.p suffix for Pascal files      25
.PRECIOUS target      87
.profile file      see "Environment variables"
.r suffix      25
.s suffix      20
.sh suffix      28
.SUFFIXES target      21 44
.y suffix      33
:      see "Colon" "Double
;      see "Semicolon"
<      see "Less-than sign" "Metacharacter"
=      see "Equal sign"
?      see "Question mark" "Metacharacter" "Pattern-matching"
@      see "At-sign"
ar(1) command in default suffix rules      31
ar(1) command, defined      29
ar(1) command, minimizing rebuilds      30 50
Archive      see "ar(1) command" "Library"
AS macro      36
ASFLAGS macro      36
Assembly language      see "Source files" ".s
asterisk (*)      53
Asterisk (*), internal macro      32 102
AT&T, history of System V make(1)      118
AT&T, nmake and mk      105
AT&T, toolkit      107
At-sign (@)      86
At-sign (@), internal macro      17 24 32 102
Backquote ('), storing results of command in a macro      66
Backslash (\), to continue line in description file      7
Backslash (\), to continue long shell command      55 95
Backward chaining      4 106 108
Backward chaining, limitations of      43
Bad octal character, error message      91
Bell Labs      see "AT&T"
Berkeley Standard Distribution, version of make(1)      118 118—124
Blank lines in description files      7
Bourne shell      58
Braces ({}) in macro definitions      11
Braces ({}), optional use with single-character macros      11 19
Brackets ([]), shell pattern-matching      53
Brackets ([]), shell pattern-matching, test command in Bourne and Korn shells      95
Brunhoff, Todd      110—111
BSD, version of make(1)      118 118—124
BSD, version of SCCS      26
built-in commands      56 see
Built-in commands, setenv      14
C compiler, -c option      35
C compiler, -D option      23 67 71—78
C compiler, -D option CFLAGS macro      see also "CFLAGS macro" "Version
C compiler, -g option      23
C compiler, -l option      23
C compiler, -M option      79
C compiler, -O option      38
C compiler, -p option      77
C compiler, maintaining consistency across builds      71—78
C compiler, suffix rules      22
C compiler, using a nonstandard version      12
C language source files      20
C preprocessor, conditional compilation and version control      71
C preprocessor, used by Fortran F files      25
C preprocessor, used by imake      110
C preprocessor, used by makedepend      111
C preprocessor, used to find dependencies on header (include) files      80
C shell, adding environment variables      14
cat(1) command      7
CC macro      36
cc(1) command      see "C compiler"
CFLAGS macro      36
CFLAGS macro and -M compiler option      79
CFLAGS macro, adding to existing options      67
CFLAGS macro, basic use for compiler options      23
CFLAGS macro, conditional compilation (#ifdef)      71—78
CFLAGS macro, default      38
CFLAGS macro, maintaining consistency through recursive make      72
CFLAGS macro, specifying multiple options      23 67
Chaining, limitations of      43
Chaining, method for tracing dependencies      4 106 108
CHARACTER      see "Bad octal character" "Metacharacter" "Pattern-matching" "Individual
Clean, conventional target      8 73
Clobber, conventional target      63
colon (:)      3
Colon (:), double      33 95
Colon (:), inconsistent use of      96
Command on dependency line      7
Command options, maintaining consistency      24 72 75 106 113
Command options, suffix rules      23
Command, associated with target      53—54
Command, built-in      56
Command, cc(1)      see "C compiler"
Command, echoing to standard output      85
Command, linking      3 19 23
Command, make(1)      see "make(1) command"
Command, multi-line      55 95
Command, overriding suffix rules      43
Command, setenv      14
Command, status      57—58
Command, storing in file from make(1) build      85
Command, using output within a build      66
comment      7
Compilation of makefile      106
Compiler, C      79
Compiler, conventions      49—50
Compiler, Fortran      25
Compiler, Pascal      25
Compiler, suffix rules      22 38—41
Compiler, using a nonstandard version      12
Compiler, which language used by suffix rules      21 43
Conditional macro definition      72
Conventions, compiling      49—50
conventions, naming      49—50
Coshell      106
cpp(1) command      25 see
csh      see "C shell"
Current target name (in command lines ($@))      17
Current target name (in dependency lines ($$@))      18
D modifier for macros      67
date      see "Dependency relations" "Modification
Debug option (-d)      89—90
Debugging      85—86
Definition, macro      9 12
Definition, macro and #ifdef      71—78
Definition, suffix rules      44 46
Dependency line      3
Dependency line with double colon (::)      33
Dependency line, command on      7
Dependency line, inconsistent use of double colon (::)      96
Dependency line, order in relation to macros      12 82
Dependency line, problems with      96
Dependency line, semicolon (;) to start command      7
Dependency relations, among files      1—2
Dependency relations, nonexistent file      8 73
Dependency relations, testing      86
Dependent      1 see
Description file      2
Description file, compatibility with earlier implementations      88
Description file, conventional .mk suffix      85
Description file, making maintenance easier      10
Description file, rules and format      7
diff(1) command, exit status      55
Directory as macro      10 60
Directory, handling in make(1)      64 67—68
Directory, SCCS subdiiectoiy      27
Directory, using viewpath (VPATH macro)      68
Distributed files, problems with make(1)      82
Distributed processing, and make(1)      114
Dollar sign as macro      36
Dollar sign in macro      9
Dollar sign in shell variables      56
doname in output from -d option      90
Double colon (::)      33
Double parentheses (())      30
DuBois, Paul      111
Dummy target      62
Dummy target, dependencies in relation to actual files      73
Dummy target, using suffix rules      49
EFL, source files      25
Entry point, module within library      29—30
Entry point, name      29 31
envflg in output from -d option      90
Environment for software development      59—60
Environment variables in .profile/.cshrc/.login file      14
environment variables, adding      14
Environment variables, MAKEFLAGS and MFLAGS      88
Environment variables, printing out      36
Environment variables, priority of      14
Environment variables, relation to macros      13—15
Environment variables, to control directories on large projects      60
eqn, example of suffix rules to support document production      45
Equal sign (=) in macro definition      10 101
Equal sign (=) on make(1) command line      13 99
Equal sign (=), defining variables in Bourne shell      13
Error      87
Error codes, ignoring      87
Error from command in description file      57—58
Error, $! nulled, predecessor cycle      96
Error, bad octal character      91
Error, branching on exit status from command in description file      58
Error, cannot load command      93
Error, command not found      93
Error, couldn't load shell      94
Error, don't know how to make      91
Error, ignoring exit status from command in description file      57
Error, inconsistent rules lines      96
Error, infinitely recursive macro?      97
Error, messages      89—98
Error, must be a separator      91
Error, syntax      91 95
Error, syntax error in description file      91
Error, target up to date      92
Error, too many command lines      96
Executable files, building large numbers of      18
Exit command in description files      56
exit from make(1)      56
exit, branching on status from command in description file      58
exit, status from command in description file      57—58
exit, status from make(1) command      86
Extensions to make(1)      105—115
Extensions to make(1), GNU make      107—108 118
Extensions to make(1), imake      108
Extensions to make(1), makedepend      111
Extensions to make(1), mk      105
Extensions to make(1), nmake      105
Extensions to make(1), shape      112
F modifier for macros      67
f77(1) command      25 see
FC macro      36
fc(1) command      25 see
Feldman, S.I.      118
FFLAGS macro      36
FILE      see "Dependency relations" "Description "Directory" "Object "Pathname" "Prerequisite" "Source "Suffixes" "Target"
Flag      see "FLAGS macros" "Options"
FLAGS macros in suffix rules      23 38—41
Forcing rebuilds      73—75 79
Fork, running commands in make(1)      59 106 115
Formatting macros (nroff/troff)      45
Fortran, source files      25
Fowler, Glenn      107
FRC macro and target      73—75 79
Free Software Foundation      107—108
Fulton, Jim      110
Function, module within library      30
Future of make(1)      114
GET macro      36
get(1) command (SCCS)      27
GFLAGS macro      27 36
GNU make      90 107—108 114 118
grep(1) command, exit status      55
grep(1) command, listing on separate dependency lines      8
Header files, dependencies      61 78—81 106 111
Hidden dependencies      61 106 111
Hume, Andrew      105
Hyphen(-) as name of description file      35 85 100
Hyphen(-), to ignore errors      57
imake      108 111
Include files, dependencies      61 78—81 106 111
Include statement (including description files)      81—82
Install, conventional target      63
Internal macro in suffix rules      24
Internal macro, $$@      18 102
Internal macro, $%      32 102
Internal macro, $*      24 27 32 102
Internal macro, $<      22 27 32 102
Internal macro, $?      17 32 102
Internal macro, $@      17—19 24 32 102
Koch, Wilfried      114
Lampen, Andreas      114
Last-modified time and NFS      82
Last-modified time in output of -d (debug) option      90
Last-modified time, defined      3
LD macro      36
ld(1) command      see "Linker command"
LDFLAGS macro      36
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