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What's the difference between a file called "mionome.make" and a file
called "Makefile"?

When the content is the same, are these definible makefile in the same
way?

Thanks for any answer.

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Dec 23 '05 #1
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djake wrote:
What's the difference between a file called "mionome.make" and a file
called "Makefile"?


What's your C++ _language_ question?
Dec 23 '05 #2

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djake wrote:
What's the difference between a file called "mionome.make" and a file
called "Makefile"?

When the content is the same, are these definible makefile in the same
way?

Thanks for any answer.


This is off-topic as it isn't a C++ question. Having said that, the
difference is that you don't have to specify Makefile as part of the
make command, whereas you have to explicitly specify mionome.make.

% make # looks for and uses Makefile if
present
% make -f mionome.make # uses mionome.make

Dec 24 '05 #3

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