Mail Archives: djgpp/1995/11/26/13:41:35

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From: devitto AT senna DOT ferndown DOT ate DOT slb DOT com (Dom De Vitto)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: makedepend program ??
Date: 26 Nov 1995 15:12:47 GMT
Organization: Schlumberger SINet, London, England
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Dom De Vitto (devitto AT senna DOT ferndown DOT ate DOT slb DOT com) wrote:
: DJ Delorie (dj AT delorie DOT com) wrote:
: : > I'm using djgpp for years, and I'm learning U..X system at my office. So I
: : > discovered the wonderfull makedepend program.
: : > 
: : > I wanted to use the same stuff at home on djgpp, but I didn't found any
: : > makedepend program in /bin directory, in V1.12m4 like in v2beta.
: : > 
: : > Can someone tell me where I can found such a proram for djgpp ?
: : gcc has a much more powerful feature.  In your Makefile, add the "-MD"
: : or "-MMD" options to gcc.  Then, add this at the end of your Makefile:
: : 	DEPS := $(wildcard *.d)
: : 	ifneq ($(DEPS),)
: : 	include $(DEPS)
: : 	endif
: : gcc will automatically generate dependencies as it compiles, and make
: : will automatically use any that gcc has generated.  This is much more
: : reliable than using makedepend.
: But requires you to run make twice to be sure everything is built.

Whoops, seems like I can't prove myself right! So I'll agree that ONE
run of make should be fine - and DJ solution is #1.

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