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make

/usr/ccs/bin/make [options ] [targets ]

Update one or more targets according to dependency instructions in a description file in the current directory. By default, this file is called makefile or Makefile . See Chapter 20, The make Utility , for more information on make . See also Managing Projects with make , listed in the Bibliography.

Note: the Solaris make has many extensions over the standard SVR4 make described here. See make (1) for more information.

Options

-e

Override makefile assignments with environment variables.

-f makefile

Use makefile as the description file; a filename - denotes standard input.

-i

Ignore command error codes (same as .IGNORE ).

-k

Abandon the current entry when it fails, but keep working with unrelated entries.

-n

Print commands but don't execute (used for testing).

-p

Print macro definitions and target descriptions.

-q

Query; return 0 if file is up-to-date; nonzero otherwise.

-r

Do not use "default" rules.

-s

Do not display command lines (same as .SILENT ).

-t

Touch the target files, causing them to be updated.


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