Re: how do you add to the makefile

From: Bryan Donlan (
Date: 05/06/02

On Sunday 05 May 2002 09:15 am, you wrote:
> Ken Kreb wrote:
> > Ok how do you add a new .c file to your makefile?
> > ea;  what all has to be done to make it work?
> You add to
> OBJFILES = ... newfile.o
> Then you add a ``newfile.o'' definition in the end of the file,--
> newfile.o: newfile.h newfile.c
>   $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) newfile.c

Wouldn't it be best to use wildcards? And what with configure, it'd be safe to
use auto-dependency generation. With that, you'd merekly have to add the .c
to the /src/ directory... If the make is not GNU, or gcc dosen't support the
-M option, you could do it manually, in ./configure.

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