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Posted on 2004-10-18
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Two simple questions about Makefiles.....

1. How can i put the object file in a directory other than the lovcation of the source file?

2. I list my soruce files like this:
src:= file1.cpp file2.cpp ......

however i have a large project and am using more than 20 files so this one line looks rather ugly. Is htere a neater way to do it than this? Can i at least split the line over several lines?
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well you can split over several lines using \
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