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I wish to make a single target, but for different
subsets of source files, I want different
compiler flags (specifically, different -O
optimisation levels).

eg:
# want $(cpp) -O1 for these
scrs1 = p1.cc
objs1 = p1.o
# want $(cpp) -O2 for these
srcs2 = p2.cc
objs2 = p2.o

How do I now set up different build rules
for the two object sets, and a single rule
to build and link the common target?
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Question by:barneyp
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I'd do something like this:

cpp = cpp

final_target:   p1.o p2.0
        $(cpp) p1.o p2.0 -o p.out

p1.o:   p1.cc
        $(cpp) -c -O1 p1.cc

p2.o:   p2.cc
        $(cpp) -c -O2 p2.cc


The rule "final_target" has two dependecies, the object files p1.0 and p2.0.

The two object files depends on the compiler leaving the object files from the C++ source code when it
compiles. These object files are then combined into the finale program p.out.

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by:barneyp
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The answer was somewhat flawed because
it used the actual source/object files rather
than sets of them (as requested). But I can't
penalise the answer too heavily for that, as
I didn't specify that clearly. The solution
adapted to use sets of files looks like:

SCS1 = s1.cc t1.cc
OBS1 = s1.o  t1.o

SCS2 = s2.cc t2.cc
OBS2 = s2.o  t2.o

final_target: OBS1 OBS2
      $(CC) $(OBS1) $(OBS2) -o target

OBS1:   s1.cc
      $(CC) -c -O1 $(SCS1)

OBS2:   s2.cc
      $(CC) -c -O2 $(SCS2)

and this seems to work fine.
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