bugmake - Bugs: bug #27396, add version of include that treats...

 
 

bug #27396: add version of include that treats paths as relative to the included file's directory

Submitted by:  None
Submitted on:  Mon 07 Sep 2009 05:47:46 PM UTC  
 
Severity: 3 - NormalItem Group: Enhancement
Status: NonePrivacy: Public
Assigned to: NoneOpen/Closed: Open
Component Version: 3.81Operating System: Any
Fixed Release: NoneTriage Status: None

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Mon 07 Sep 2009 05:47:46 PM UTC, original submission:

Consider the following Makefile:

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lib1.a: lib1.a(foo.o) lib1.a(bar.o)

foo.o: lib.h
bar.o: lib.h bar.h
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In another directory I'd like to be able to do the following:

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all: prog

prog: main.o ../lib/lib1.a

@include ../lib/Makefile
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The @include would treat all the relative pathnames in ../lib/Makefile as relative to ../lib, yielding the equivalent of:

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../lib/lib1.a: ../lib/lib1.a(../lib/foo.o) ../lib/lib1.a(../lib/bar.o)

../lib/foo.o: ../lib/lib.h
../lib/bar.o: ../lib/lib.h ../lib/bar.h
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The syntax of @include could be something else - maybe include @../lib/Makefile, or some other idea. It should work with -include, so @-include or -@include if you want both (or -include @../lib/Makefile for that syntax).

This is intended to make non-recursive build trees easier to create. You'd still need to use target-specific variables and such, but this would make things easier. In particular, you could @include a gcc-generated dependency file and have it do the right thing.

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