skip at mojam.com
Mon Aug 30 04:54:30 CEST 1999
Paul> Makefile? Isn't that what I'm using Python to get away from? Even
Paul> in a project with C components, I only run make when the C code
Paul> changes, not when the Python code changes.
Using make is not synonymous with programming in C. A Makefile is nothing
more than a record of dependencies between files and sets of actions that
are used to create the descendant files from their ancestors when they are
out of date. If you have projects consisting of multiple files, you would
probably find make (or a clone) helpful.
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