|19 November 2006, 21:20||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
I never figured this out myself back when I was using smake. As a workaround, I concatenated the various pieces together myself and then ran smake on the result.
Let's say you have one makefile called "smakefile", and you wish it to include "smakefile.common" when making the target named "all".
Then do the following:
* Rename "smakefile" into "smakefile.local"
Create a new "smakefile" which contains the following lines:
.PHONY : all all : @type smakefile.common >t:smakefile.tmp @type smakefile.local >>t:smakefile.tmp @smake -f t:smakefile.tmp
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