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From Andre Fischer <awf....@gmail.com>
Subject Re: target.mk and default make target.
Date Mon, 19 Aug 2013 10:55:11 GMT
On 19.08.2013 10:44, janI wrote:
> Thanks andre and herbert for the fast reply.
>
> "genPO: .ROOT" gives a circular dependency, which is understandable when I
> read startup
>
> "genPO: .INIT" works but does not make the application.
>
> "genPO: $(TARGET)" also does not work.

Have you tried

genPO: $(ALLTAR)?

-Andre

> Somehow replacing $(TARGET) might the the easiest solution.
>
> Why do I have a feeling of slowly getting to know the build system
> internally. Not sure I like that feeling, because the more I see the more I
> get an urge to change it :-)
>
> rgds
> jan I.
>
>
>
> On 19 August 2013 10:26, Herbert Duerr <hdu@apache.org> wrote:
>
>> Hi Jan,
>>
>>
>> On 19.08.2013 09:39, janI wrote:
>>
>>> I am trying to find the default target for the build process.
>>>
>>> In any directory e.g. l10ntools, we can run "build" which calls "dmake"
>>> without parameters.
>>>
>>> Nearly all makefile.mk includes target.mk, where all target rules seems
>>> to
>>> be defined.
>>>
>>> The de facto standard is to have "all:" defined, but thats not defined
>>> (neither is "default:").
>>>
>>> what is the default target, and in which file is it defined ?
>>>
>> AFAIK There is no default target. The project specific target is set with
>> a TARGET= line. For the l10ntools case there are many of these lines in
>> several makefile.mk of its subdirectories.
>>
>>
>>   I have changed the build system so you can say "build --genPO" to extract
>>> sources, but I need to have the default target made for a small set
>>> (solenv, soltools and l10ntools).
>>>
>> These modules use TARGET= lines too. Does it help if you change these
>> targets e.g. to TARGET=all to emulate a default target of "all:"?
>>
>> Herbert
>>
>>
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