Once you’ve defined the rule to remake the ‘.d’ files, you then use the include directive to read them all in. For example, here is a rule to delete all the object files: clean: rm -f *.o Wildcards are also useful in the prerequisites of a rule. See Phony Targets. FFIXES The prerequisites of the special target FFIXES are the list of suffixes to be used in checking for suffix rules. You have a loyal fan right here. 9/30/2014 Prince Living images is very superb concept. There are two reasons to use a phony target: to avoid a conflict with a file of the same name, and to improve performance. If you write a rule whose recipe will not create the target file, the recipe will be executed every time the target comes up for remaking. That is reasonable! I would love to hear from you; I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.
See Writing Rules. An implicit rule says when and how to remake a class of files based on their names. It describes how a target may depend on a file with a name similar to the target and gives a recipe to create or update such a target. Comments within a recipe are passed to the shell, just as with any other recipe text. Yes it takes a little getting used to to avoid the images being blurry.
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