SYNOPSISjmkmf [ top-level dir [ current dir ] ]
DESCRIPTIONJmkmf is a wrapper which calls jmake with the correct options, defining the symbols TOPDIR (location of the top-level directory) and CURDIR (current directory). The generated Makefile.SH is then ran through /bin/sh to produce a Makefile.
Jmkmf is useful when you generate a makefile for the first time.
When ran without arguments, jmkmf will scan the directories upwards, looking for a .package file marking the top of your sources. It will then derive the top-level directory and the name of the current directory by itself.
Once you have a Makefile.SH generated by jmake, and have run Configure already, you can use make Makefile.SH to build the Makefile.SH again and make Makefile to run the Makefile.SH through /bin/sh. To use the recursive commands, you have to append an 's' at the end of the name as in make Makefiles.SH and make Makefiles.
AUTHORRaphael Manfredi <[email protected]>
- High level description of makefile
- The file marking the top of your package tree