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Makefile and *.mak files

*.mak files
Makefiles
Opening
projects
The 5 most
important
makefiles
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SINUMERIK 840D/810D Configuring the OP 030 Operator Interface (FBO) – 09.01 Edition
In the Visual Workbench, units which belong together (libraries,
executables, etc.) are combined in projects.
The generation rules and dependencies for these projects are stored in
*.mak files - project makefiles.
These *.mak files are managed by the Visual Workbench.
in the context of the Visual Workbench are "external makefiles". The
syntax and semantics of the makefiles are unknown to the Visual
Workbench.
The makefiles are executed both in the Visual Workbench and under
DOS with the nmake command.
Select <Open> from the <Project> menu in the Visual Workbench.
<Open> Enter the appropriate settings for the file types under "List of
Filetypes" - *.mak for *.mak files or *.* for makefiles. Click the desired
*.mak or makefile to open the project.
When you open a makefile project, Visual Workbench explicitly asks
you to confirm that you want to load an external makefile.
\proj\makefile
\proj\text\makefile
\proj\app\obj_c800\app.mak creates the application configuration.
\proj\std\obj_c800\std.mak creates the standard configuration.
\proj\dat\makefile
Development Kit (EU)
creates everything: texts and binary
configuration file.
creates all texts and text includes.
creates the binary configuration file from
the application and standard
configuration.
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