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How to make a make file ? with Example would be better
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by:rbr
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For which OS and what eant you to exactly. A make file can do so many thinks that it is impossible to answer it so general.
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by:RONSLOW
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I used a utility called 'makemake' that did this (scanned source files for includes etc).  This was on a DOS system.


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by:manjucee
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Hi RONSLOW,
                             Now i am working on NT and using TC++ will you please give me an example which u used .
Thanks
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Here is a place with a Perl script for Fortran 90 makefile generator...

http://www-imk.fzk.de:8080/~seemayer/grabowski/DarkStar/spinoff.html

You may be able to modify this for C++

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here is a tcl script for C++ makefile generator

http://scorch.doc.ic.ac.uk/~np2/software/mkdepend.html

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here is another that does C (and C++?) files

http://www.germany.aminet.org/aminet/aminet/dev/misc/
MkDepend-1.4.lha
MkDepend-1.4.readme    

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and one more for good measure

http://www.networkcomputing.com/unixworld/grabbag/05.txt.html

hopefully one of these will help you.
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I used a utility called 'makemake' that did this (scanned source files for includes etc).  This was on a DOS system.


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