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Average Rating:   4.1/5.0
Number of Ratings:   406
Number of Reviews:   2

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Metal3D says:
Amazing  
4.0
   
written about 13 years ago

I use GNU/Make since severals months. It's an "not too complicated" tool to easilly manage compilation, installation, generations...

I'm using it on my 2 projects: #pholow and #bashsimplecurses. Both use GNU/Make to compile and/or install my project.

The make language can quickly simplify your project compilation.

Keep in mind !

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drummyfish says:
Still using sometimes despite CMake  
4.0
   
written over 4 years ago

For simple programs I keep using ordinary make, it serves the purpose well, use simply type "make" and you're done. The only problem is the required tab characters in the Makefiles - it's inconvenient if your editor is configured to replace tabs with spaces. Also for larger projects that are supposed to be multiplatform I recommend using CMake.

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drummyfish says:
Still using sometimes despite CMake  
4.0
   
written over 4 years ago

For simple programs I keep using ordinary make, it serves the purpose well, use simply type "make" and you're done. The only problem is the required tab characters in the Makefiles - it's inconvenient if your editor is configured to replace tabs with spaces. Also for larger projects that are supposed to be multiplatform I recommend using CMake.

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Metal3D says:
Amazing  
4.0
   
written about 13 years ago

I use GNU/Make since severals months. It's an "not too complicated" tool to easilly manage compilation, installation, generations...

I'm using it on my 2 projects: #pholow and #bashsimplecurses. Both use GNU/Make to compile and/or install my project.

The make language can quickly simplify your project compilation.

Keep in mind !

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