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MAKEG

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: imake 1.0.6
Index Return to Main Contents
 

NAME

makeg - make a debuggable executable  

SYNOPSIS

makeg [ make-options ... ] [ targets ... ]  

DESCRIPTION

The makeg script runs make, passing it variable settings to create a debuggable target when used with a Makefile generated by imake. For example, it arranges for the C compiler to be called with the -g option.  

ENVIRONMENT

MAKE
The make program to use. Default ``make''.
GDB
Set to a non-null value if using the gdb debugger on Solaris 2, which requires additional debugging options to be passed to the compiler.
 

SEE ALSO

make (1), imake (1)


 

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