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17. Using the GNU make Utility

This chapter offers some examples of makefiles that solve specific problems. It does not explain how to write a makefile (see the GNU make documentation), nor does it try to replace the gnatmake utility (see section 6. The GNAT Make Program gnatmake).

All the examples in this section are specific to the GNU version of make. Although make is a standard utility, and the basic language is the same, these examples use some advanced features found only in GNU make.

17.1 Using gnatmake in a Makefile  
17.2 Automatically Creating a List of Directories  
17.3 Generating the Command Line Switches  
17.4 Overcoming Command Line Length Limits  


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