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  • Exporting makefile from Eclipse CDT

    - by Alex Farber
    I have C++ project in the Ubuntu OS, Eclipse CDT. My final goal is to build the project binaries for FreeBSD OS. The first test. I create simple C++ CDT project with main.cpp file: cout << "OK" << endl; and build it. Then I open Terminal window in Release directory: [email protected]:~/workspace/HelloWorld/Release$ ls HelloWorld main.d main.o makefile objects.mk sources.mk subdir.mk [email protected]:~/workspace/HelloWorld/Release$ rm HelloWorld main.d main.o [email protected]:~/workspace/HelloWorld/Release$ ls makefile objects.mk sources.mk subdir.mk [email protected]:~/workspace/HelloWorld/Release$ make Building file: ../main.cpp Invoking: GCC C++ Compiler g++ -O3 -Wall -c -fmessage-length=0 -MMD -MP -MF"main.d" -MT"main.d" -o"main.o" "../main.cpp" Finished building: ../main.cpp Building target: HelloWorld Invoking: GCC C++ Linker g++ -o"HelloWorld" ./main.o Finished building target: HelloWorld [email protected]:~/workspace/HelloWorld/Release$ ./HelloWorld OK [email protected]:~/workspace/HelloWorld/Release$ So far, so good. Now I copy the whole project tree to FreeBSD and trying to build it: $ cd /home/alex/project $ ls main.cpp release $ cd release $ ls makefile objects.mk sources.mk subdir.mk $ make "makefile", line 5: Need an operator "makefile", line 10: Need an operator "makefile", line 11: Need an operator "makefile", line 12: Need an operator CDT-generated makefile doesn't work. This is makefile beginning: $ Automatically-generated file. Do not edit! -include ../makefile.init RM := rm -rf $ All of the sources participating in the build are defined here -include sources.mk -include subdir.mk -include objects.mk ... Line 5 is -include ../makefile.init. Really, there is no such file. But it works by some way on Ubuntu computer. What is the trick, how can I build this? BTW, manually written makefile works: all: g++ -O0 -g3 -Wall -c -fmessage-length=0 -MMD -MP -MF"main.d" -MT"main.d" -o"main.o" "../main.cpp" g++ -o"HelloWorld" ./main.o Note: $ in makefile is actually #, I replaced it because # creates formatting problems inside of stackoverflow pre block.

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  • How can I build pyv8 from source on FreeBSD against the v8 port?

    - by Utkonos
    I am unable to build pyv8 from source on FreeBSD. I have installed the /usr/ports/lang/v8 port, and I'm running into the following error. It seems that pyv8 wants to build v8 itself even though v8 is already built and installed. How can I point pyv8 to the already installed location of v8? # python setup.py build Found Google v8 base on V8_HOME , update it to the latest SVN trunk at running build ==================== INFO: Installing or updating GYP... -------------------- INFO: Check out GYP from SVN ... DEBUG: make dependencies ERROR: Check out GYP from SVN failed: code=2 DEBUG: "Makefile", line 43: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 45: Need an operator "Makefile", line 46: Need an operator "Makefile", line 48: Need an operator "Makefile", line 50: Need an operator "Makefile", line 52: Need an operator "Makefile", line 54: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 56: Need an operator "Makefile", line 58: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 60: Need an operator "Makefile", line 62: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 64: Need an operator "Makefile", line 66: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 68: Need an operator "Makefile", line 70: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 72: Need an operator "Makefile", line 73: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 75: Need an operator "Makefile", line 77: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 79: Need an operator "Makefile", line 81: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 83: Need an operator "Makefile", line 85: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 87: Need an operator "Makefile", line 89: Need an operator "Makefile", line 91: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 93: Need an operator "Makefile", line 95: Need an operator "Makefile", line 97: Need an operator "Makefile", line 99: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 101: Need an operator "Makefile", line 103: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 105: Need an operator "Makefile", line 107: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 109: Need an operator "Makefile", line 111: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 113: Need an operator "Makefile", line 115: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 117: Need an operator Error expanding embedded variable. ==================== INFO: Patching the GYP scripts INFO: patch the Google v8 build/standalone.gypi file to enable RTTI and C++ Exceptions ==================== INFO: building Google v8 with GYP for x64 platform with release mode -------------------- INFO: build v8 from SVN ... DEBUG: make verifyheap=off component=shared_library visibility=on gdbjit=off liveobjectlist=off regexp=native disassembler=off objectprint=off debuggersupport=on extrachecks=off snapshot=on werror=on x64.release ERROR: build v8 from SVN failed: code=2 DEBUG: "Makefile", line 43: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 45: Need an operator "Makefile", line 46: Need an operator "Makefile", line 48: Need an operator "Makefile", line 50: Need an operator "Makefile", line 52: Need an operator "Makefile", line 54: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 56: Need an operator "Makefile", line 58: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 60: Need an operator "Makefile", line 62: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 64: Need an operator "Makefile", line 66: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 68: Need an operator "Makefile", line 70: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 72: Need an operator "Makefile", line 73: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 75: Need an operator "Makefile", line 77: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 79: Need an operator "Makefile", line 81: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 83: Need an operator "Makefile", line 85: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 87: Need an operator "Makefile", line 89: Need an operator "Makefile", line 91: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 93: Need an operator "Makefile", line 95: Need an operator "Makefile", line 97: Need an operator "Makefile", line 99: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 101: Need an operator "Makefile", line 103: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 105: Need an operator "Makefile", line 107: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 109: Need an operator "Makefile", line 111: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 113: Need an operator "Makefile", line 115: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 117: Need an operator Error expanding embedded variable. The files that are installed by the v8 port are the following (in /usr/local): bin/d8 include/v8.h include/v8-debug.h include/v8-preparser.h include/v8-profiler.h include/v8-testing.h include/v8stdint.h lib/libv8.so lib/libv8.so.1

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  • How to add a c file to be compiled with a package

    - by Ahmed
    I want to add a file hstest.c which comes with bluez package but not by default added to the makefile to the sources that are compiled with the buid system. I read about makefiles and autotools but now I am hesitant to make changes to the makefiles. Should I modify the makefile.am and then run automake or just change the makefile.in or the makefile itself ? and how ? config script Makefile.am Makefile Makefile.in

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  • problem finding a header with a c++ makefile

    - by Max
    Hi. I've started working with my first makefile. I'm writing a roguelike in C++ using the libtcod library, and have the following hello world program to test if my environment's up and running: #include "libtcod.hpp" int main() { TCODConsole::initRoot(80, 50, "PartyHack"); TCODConsole::root->printCenter(40, 25, TCOD_BKGND_NONE, "Hello World"); TCODConsole::flush(); TCODConsole::waitForKeypress(true); } My project directory structure looks like this: /CppPartyHack ----/libtcod-1.5.1 # this is the libtcod root folder --------/include ------------libtcod.hpp ----/PartyHack --------makefile --------partyhack.cpp # the above code (while we're here, how do I do proper indentation? Using those dashes is silly.) and here's my makefile: SRCDIR = . INCDIR = ../libtcod-1.5.1/include CFLAGS = $(FLAGS) -I$(INCDIR) -I$(SRCDIR) -Wall CC = gcc CPP = g++ .SUFFIXES: .o .h .c .hpp .cpp $(TEMP)/%.o : $(SRCDIR)/%.cpp $(CPP) $(CFLAGS) -o [email protected] -c $< $(TEMP)/%.o : $(SRCDIR)/%.c $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o [email protected] -c $< CPP_OBJS = $(TEMP)partyhack.o all : partyhack partyhack : $(CPP_OBJS) $(CPP) $(CPP_OBJS) -o [email protected] -L../libtcod-1.5.1 -ltcod -ltcod++ -Wl,-rpath,. clean : \rm -f $(CPP_OBJS) partyhack I'm using Ubuntu, and my terminal gives me the following errors: [email protected]:~/Desktop/Development/CppPartyhack/PartyHack$ make g++ -c -o partyhack.o partyhack.cpp partyhack.cpp:1:23: error: libtcod.hpp: No such file or directory partyhack.cpp: In function ‘int main()’: partyhack.cpp:5: error: ‘TCODConsole’ has not been declared partyhack.cpp:6: error: ‘TCODConsole’ has not been declared partyhack.cpp:6: error: ‘TCOD_BKGND_NONE’ was not declared in this scope partyhack.cpp:7: error: ‘TCODConsole’ has not been declared partyhack.cpp:8: error: ‘TCODConsole’ has not been declared make: * [partyhack.o] Error 1 So obviously, the makefile can't find libtcod.hpp. I've double checked and I'm sure the relative path to libtcod.hpp in INCDIR is correct, but as I'm just starting out with makefiles, I'm uncertain what else could be wrong. My makefile is based off a template that the libtcod designers provided along with the library itself, and while I've looked at a few online makefile tutorials, the code in this makefile is a good bit more complicated than any of the examples the tutorials showed, so I'm assuming I screwed up something basic in the conversion. Thanks for any help.

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  • Writing a Makefile.am to invoke googletest unit tests

    - by jmglov
    I am trying to add my first unit test to an existing Open Source project. Specifically, I added a new class, called audio_manager: src/audio/audio_manager.h src/audio/audio_manager.cc I created a src/test directory structure that mirrors the structure of the implementation files, and wrote my googletest unit tests: src/test/audio/audio_manager.cc Now, I am trying to set up my Makefile.am to compile and run the unit test: src/test/audio/Makefile.am I copied Makefile.am from: src/audio/Makefile.am Does anyone have a simple recipe for me, or is it to the cryptic automake documentation for me? :)

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  • Makefile fails to install file correctly, installing HPL

    - by zarose
    I started installing HPL a while ago, and had a related question. I've been following along with this guide from Intel. I figure this warrants a whole new one. When I try to make the archive, the output seems fine until the end, where it gives an error. make[2]: Entering directory `/hpl-2.0/src/auxil/intel64' Makefile:47: Make.inc: No such file or directory make[2]: *** No rule to make target `Make.inc'. Stop. make[2]: Leaving directory `/hpl-2.0/src/auxil/intel64' make[1]: *** [build_src] Error 2 make[1]: Leaving directory `/hpl-2.0' make: *** [build] Error 2 Going to the directory /hpl-2.0/src/auxil/intel64 shows a file, "Make.inc", but it's highlighted red, and the white text blinks. Is there a way to manually make that file? What do I need to do to get the makefile to do this for me?

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  • nmake makefile, linking objects files in a subfolder

    - by Gauthier
    My makefile defines a link command: prod_link = $(LINK) $(LINK_FLAGS) -o$(PROD_OUT) $(PROD_OBJS) where $(PROD_OBJS) is a list of object files of the form: PROD_OBJS = objfile1.obj objfile2.obj objfile3.obj ... objfileN.obj Now the makefile itself is at the root of my project directory. It gets messy to have object and listing files at the root, I'd like to put them in a subfolder. Building and outputing the obj files to a subfolder works, I'm doing it with suffixes and inference: .s.obj: $(ASSEMBLY) $(FLAGS) $*.s -o Objects\$*.obj The problem is to pass the Objects folder to the link command. I tried: prod_link = $(LINK) $(LINK_FLAGS) -o$(PROD_OUT) Objects\$(PROD_OBJS) but only the first file in the list of object files gets the folder's name. How can I pass the Objects subfolder to all files of my list $(PROD_OBJS)? EDIT I tried also PROD_OBJS = $(patsubst %.ss,Object\%.obj, $(PROD_SRC)) but got: makefile(51) : fatal error U1000: syntax error : ')' missing in macro invocation Stop. This is quite strange...

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  • Unix makefile errors " 'ake: Fatal error: Don't know how to make (c file here)"

    - by gwenger
    I've written the below makefile: hw2p1: hw2p1_main.o hw2p1_getit.o hw2p1_parseit.o hw2p1_moveit.o hw2p1_showit.o gcc hw2p1_main.o hw2p1_getit.o hw2p1_parseit.o hw2p1_moveit.o hw2p1_showit.o hw2p1_main.o: hw2p1_main.c gcc -c hw2p1_main.c hw2p1_getit.o: hw2p1_getit.c gcc -c hw2p1_getit.c hw2p1_parseit.o: hw2p1_parseit.c gcc -c hw2p1_parseit.c hw2p1_moveit.o: hw2p1_moveit.c gcc -c hw2p1_moveit.c hw2p1_showit.o: hw2p1_showit.c gcc -c hw2p1_showit.c The first time I tried to call make, I got the error: "make: Fatal error: unexpected end of line seen" I deleted the blank lines between targets and called make again, but this time I got " 'ake: Fatal error: Don't know how to make hw2p1_main.c" I've compiled all of these files separately and then linked them so I know that the errors are a result of an incorrect makefile and not a result of errors in my c files. This is the first makefile that I've ever written so I might just be doing it completely incorrectly. Either way, any suggestions on how to get rid of these errors?

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  • makefile compilation problem

    - by mistique
    He I have a problem with a makefile. I have three classes. They do pretty simple stuff. One does an addition on a subtraction, and the last one will instantiate the two and simply print the resulted addition and subtraction. Now when I create my makefile, I compile my Plus.java and my Minus.java but don't know how to compile the main class because it depends on the previous two. I want to compile and run it from the makefile if it's possible. I get the above results when I try to run make: javac -g Plus.class Minus.class javac: invalid flag: Plus.class Usage: javac use -help for a list of possible options make: * [Operation.class] Error 2 I don't know how to procede, please forgive me if my question is to simple but I am new working with these stuff. I've searched many sites but with no answer.

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  • Windows equivalent to this Makefile

    - by Sridhar Ratnakumar
    The advantage of writing a Makefile is that "make" is generally assumed to be present on the various Unices (Linux and Mac primarily). Now I have the following Makefile: PYTHON := python all: e installdeps e: virtualenv --distribute --python=${PYTHON} e installdeps: e/bin/python setup.py develop clean: rm -rf e As you can see this Makefile uses simple targets and variable substitution. Can this be achieved on Windows? By that mean - without having to install external tools (like cygwin make); perhaps make.cmd? Typing "make installdeps" for instance, should work both on Unix and Windows.

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  • Makefile to compile both C and Java programs at the same time

    - by user342745
    I have three programs that need to be compiled at the same time, 2 written in C and 1 in java. I had all three working with the Makefile when they were in C, but then switched one of them to java... is there a way to compile all 3 at once with the same makefile? Here is my current Makefile: CC=gcc JC=javac JFLAGS= -g CFLAGS= -Wall -g -std=c99 LDFLAGS= -lm .SUFFIXES: .java .class .java.class: $(JC) $(JFLAGS) $*.java CLASSES = kasiski.java kentry.java ALL= ic ftable kasiski all: $(ALL) ic: ic.o kasiski: $(CLASSES:.java=.class) ftable: ftable.o ic.o: ic.c ic.h ftable.o: ftable.c ftable.h .PHONY: clean clean: rm -rf core* *.class *.o *.gch $(ALL)

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  • a couple of Makefile issues

    - by user1623249
    I've got this Makefile: CFLAGS = -c -Wall CC = g++ EXEC = main SOURCES = main.cpp listpath.cpp Parser.cpp OBJECTS = $(SOURCES: .cpp=.o) EXECUTABLE = tp DIR_SRC = /src/ DIR_OBJ = /obj/ all: $(SOURCES) $(OBJECTS) $(EXECUTABLE): $(OBJECTS) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(OBJECTS) -o [email protected] .cpp.o: $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $< -o [email protected] clean: rm $(OBJECTS) $(EXECUTABLE) Note this: I'm in the directory "." which contains the makefile The folder "./src" EXISTS, and has all the .h and .cpp files The folder "./obj" doesn't exist, I want makefile to create it and put all the .o there The error I get is: No rules to build "main.cpp", necessary for "all". Stopping. Help!

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  • unlinked libraries in a makefile?

    - by wyatt
    I'm trying to install a libspopc, but when I run the make I get the following output: cc -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -pipe -fPIC -Os -DUSE_SSL -c session.c cc -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -pipe -fPIC -Os -DUSE_SSL -c queries.c cc -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -pipe -fPIC -Os -DUSE_SSL -c parsing.c cc -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -pipe -fPIC -Os -DUSE_SSL -c format.c cc -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -pipe -fPIC -Os -DUSE_SSL -c objects.c cc -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -pipe -fPIC -Os -DUSE_SSL -c libspopc.c rm -f libspopc*.a ar r libspopc-0.9n.a session.o queries.o parsing.o format.o objects.o libspopc.o ar: creating libspopc-0.9n.a ranlib libspopc-0.9n.a ln -s libspopc-0.9n.a libspopc.a rm -f libspopc*.so cc -o libspopc-0.9n.so -shared session.o queries.o parsing.o format.o objects.o libspopc.o ln -s libspopc-0.9n.so libspopc.so cc -o poptest1 -Wall -Wextra -pedantic -pipe -fPIC -Os -DUSE_SSL examples/poptest1.c -L. -lspopc -lssl -lcrypto /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.a(dso_dlfcn.o): In function `dlfcn_globallookup': dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x2d): undefined reference to `dlopen' dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x43): undefined reference to `dlsym' dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x4d): undefined reference to `dlclose' /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.a(dso_dlfcn.o): In function `dlfcn_pathbyaddr': dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x8f): undefined reference to `dladdr' dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0xe9): undefined reference to `dlerror' /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.a(dso_dlfcn.o): In function `dlfcn_bind_func': dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x491): undefined reference to `dlsym' dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x570): undefined reference to `dlerror' /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.a(dso_dlfcn.o): In function `dlfcn_bind_var': dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x5f1): undefined reference to `dlsym' dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x6d0): undefined reference to `dlerror' /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.a(dso_dlfcn.o): In function `dlfcn_unload': dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x735): undefined reference to `dlclose' /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.a(dso_dlfcn.o): In function `dlfcn_load': dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x817): undefined reference to `dlopen' dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x88e): undefined reference to `dlclose' dso_dlfcn.c:(.text+0x8d5): undefined reference to `dlerror' collect2: ld returned 1 exit status make: *** [poptest1] Error 1 A quick search suggested that this was due to libdl being unlinked, though this seems unlikely in a distributed library, particularly a seemingly relatively popular one. Could anything else be causing this? And if it is due to an unlinked library, how would I go about fixing it? Thanks

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  • how to use pkg-config or something equivalent in makefile

    - by make
    Hi , Could someone please tell us how to use pkg-config in Makefile. here is an exp: `pkg-config --cflags --libs protobuf` Makefile file CXX = g++ CXXFLAGS = -Wall -ansi -pedantic -g # # I tried this line, but not working PKGS = `pkg-config --cflags --libs protobuf` # ifeq ($(shell uname),SunOS) LIBS = -lsocket -lnsl endif all: file1.cpp file1: file1.cpp xx.pb.cc xx.pb.h $(CXX) $(CXXFLAGS) -o file1 file1.cpp xx.pb.cc $(LIBS) $(PKGS) clean: $(RM) file1 Thanks for your help and replies -

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  • How to make SIMPLE C++ Makefile?

    - by befall
    Hi everyone, For a project, we are required to use a makefile to pull everything together, but our abhorrent professor never showed us how to. I only have ONE file, a3driver.cpp. The driver imports a class from a location "/user/cse232/Examples/example32.sequence.cpp". That's it, everything else is contained with the .cpp. How would I go about making a simple Makefile that creates an executable called "a3a.exe"?

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  • makefile pathing issues on OSX

    - by Justin808
    OK, I thought I would try one last update and see if it gets me anywhere. I've created a very small test case. This should not build anything, it just tests the path settings. Also I've setup the path so there are no spaces. The is the smallest, simplest test case I could come up with. This makefile will set the path, echo the path, run avr-gcc -v with the full path specified and then try to run it without the full path specified. It should find avr-gcc in the path on the second try, but does not. makefile TOOLCHAIN := /Users/justinzaun/Desktop/AVRBuilder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain PATH := ${TOOLCHAIN}/bin:${PATH} export PATH all: @echo ${PATH} @echo -------- "${TOOLCHAIN}/bin/avr-gcc" -v @echo -------- avr-gcc -v output JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ make /Users/justinzaun/Desktop/AVRBuilder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/X11/bin -------- "/Users/justinzaun/Desktop/AVRBuilder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin/avr-gcc" -v Using built-in specs. COLLECT_GCC=/Users/justinzaun/Desktop/AVRBuilder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin/avr-gcc COLLECT_LTO_WRAPPER=/Users/justinzaun/Desktop/AVRBuilder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin/../libexec/gcc/avr/4.6.3/lto-wrapper Target: avr Configured with: /Users/justinzaun/Development/AVRBuilder/Packages/gccobj/../gcc/configure --prefix=/Users/justinzaun/Development/AVRBuilder/Packages/gccobj/../build/ --exec-prefix=/Users/justinzaun/Development/AVRBuilder/Packages/gccobj/../build/ --datadir=/Users/justinzaun/Development/AVRBuilder/Packages/gccobj/../build/ --target=avr --enable-languages=c,objc,c++ --disable-libssp --disable-lto --disable-nls --disable-libgomp --disable-gdbtk --disable-threads --enable-poison-system-directories Thread model: single gcc version 4.6.3 (GCC) -------- avr-gcc -v make: avr-gcc: No such file or directory make: *** [all] Error 1 JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ Original Question I'm trying to set the path from within the makefile. I can't seem to do this on OSX. Setting the path with PATH := /new/bin/:$(PATH) does not work. See my makefile below. makefile PROJECTNAME = Untitled # Name of target controller # (e.g. 'at90s8515', see the available avr-gcc mmcu # options for possible values) MCU = atmega640 # id to use with programmer # default: PROGRAMMER_MCU=$(MCU) # In case the programer used, e.g avrdude, doesn't # accept the same MCU name as avr-gcc (for example # for ATmega8s, avr-gcc expects 'atmega8' and # avrdude requires 'm8') PROGRAMMER_MCU = $(MCU) # Source files # List C/C++/Assembly source files: # (list all files to compile, e.g. 'a.c b.cpp as.S'): # Use .cc, .cpp or .C suffix for C++ files, use .S # (NOT .s !!!) for assembly source code files. PRJSRC = main.c \ utils.c # additional includes (e.g. -I/path/to/mydir) INC = # libraries to link in (e.g. -lmylib) LIBS = # Optimization level, # use s (size opt), 1, 2, 3 or 0 (off) OPTLEVEL = s ### You should not have to touch anything below this line ### PATH := /Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR\ Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:$(PATH) CPATH := /Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR\ Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/include # HEXFORMAT -- format for .hex file output HEXFORMAT = ihex # compiler CFLAGS = -I. $(INC) -g -mmcu=$(MCU) -O$(OPTLEVEL) \ -fpack-struct -fshort-enums \ -funsigned-bitfields -funsigned-char \ -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes \ -Wa,-ahlms=$(firstword \ $(filter %.lst, $(<:.c=.lst))) # c++ specific flags CPPFLAGS = -fno-exceptions \ -Wa,-ahlms=$(firstword \ $(filter %.lst, $(<:.cpp=.lst)) \ $(filter %.lst, $(<:.cc=.lst)) \ $(filter %.lst, $(<:.C=.lst))) # assembler ASMFLAGS = -I. $(INC) -mmcu=$(MCU) \ -x assembler-with-cpp \ -Wa,-gstabs,-ahlms=$(firstword \ $(<:.S=.lst) $(<.s=.lst)) # linker LDFLAGS = -Wl,-Map,$(TRG).map -mmcu=$(MCU) \ -lm $(LIBS) ##### executables #### CC=avr-gcc OBJCOPY=avr-objcopy OBJDUMP=avr-objdump SIZE=avr-size AVRDUDE=avrdude REMOVE=rm -f ##### automatic target names #### TRG=$(PROJECTNAME).out DUMPTRG=$(PROJECTNAME).s HEXROMTRG=$(PROJECTNAME).hex HEXTRG=$(HEXROMTRG) $(PROJECTNAME).ee.hex # Start by splitting source files by type # C++ CPPFILES=$(filter %.cpp, $(PRJSRC)) CCFILES=$(filter %.cc, $(PRJSRC)) BIGCFILES=$(filter %.C, $(PRJSRC)) # C CFILES=$(filter %.c, $(PRJSRC)) # Assembly ASMFILES=$(filter %.S, $(PRJSRC)) # List all object files we need to create OBJDEPS=$(CFILES:.c=.o) \ $(CPPFILES:.cpp=.o) \ $(BIGCFILES:.C=.o) \ $(CCFILES:.cc=.o) \ $(ASMFILES:.S=.o) # Define all lst files. LST=$(filter %.lst, $(OBJDEPS:.o=.lst)) # All the possible generated assembly # files (.s files) GENASMFILES=$(filter %.s, $(OBJDEPS:.o=.s)) .SUFFIXES : .c .cc .cpp .C .o .out .s .S \ .hex .ee.hex .h .hh .hpp # Make targets: # all, disasm, stats, hex, writeflash/install, clean all: $(TRG) $(TRG): $(OBJDEPS) $(CC) $(LDFLAGS) -o $(TRG) $(OBJDEPS) #### Generating assembly #### # asm from C %.s: %.c $(CC) -S $(CFLAGS) $< -o [email protected] # asm from (hand coded) asm %.s: %.S $(CC) -S $(ASMFLAGS) $< > [email protected] # asm from C++ .cpp.s .cc.s .C.s : $(CC) -S $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $< -o [email protected] #### Generating object files #### # object from C .c.o: $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -c $< -o [email protected] # object from C++ (.cc, .cpp, .C files) .cc.o .cpp.o .C.o : $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) -c $< -o [email protected] # object from asm .S.o : $(CC) $(ASMFLAGS) -c $< -o [email protected] #### Generating hex files #### # hex files from elf .out.hex: $(OBJCOPY) -j .text \ -j .data \ -O $(HEXFORMAT) $< [email protected] .out.ee.hex: $(OBJCOPY) -j .eeprom \ --change-section-lma .eeprom=0 \ -O $(HEXFORMAT) $< [email protected] #### Information #### info: @echo PATH: @echo "$(PATH)" $(CC) -v which $(CC) #### Cleanup #### clean: $(REMOVE) $(TRG) $(TRG).map $(DUMPTRG) $(REMOVE) $(OBJDEPS) $(REMOVE) $(LST) $(REMOVE) $(GENASMFILES) $(REMOVE) $(HEXTRG) error JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ make avr-gcc -I. -g -mmcu=atmega640 -Os -fpack-struct -fshort-enums -funsigned-bitfields -funsigned-char -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wa,-ahlms=main.lst -c main.c -o main.o make: avr-gcc: No such file or directory make: *** [main.o] Error 1 JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ If I change my CC= to include the full path: CC=/Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR\ Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin/avr-gcc then it finds it, but this doesn't seem the correct way to do things. For instance its trying to use the system as not the one in the correct path. update - Just to be sure, I'm adding the output of my ls command too so everyone knows the file exist. Also I've added a make info target to the makefile and showing that output as well. JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ ls /Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR\ Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin ar avr-elfedit avr-man avr-strip objcopy as avr-g++ avr-nm avrdude objdump avr-addr2line avr-gcc avr-objcopy c++ ranlib avr-ar avr-gcc-4.6.3 avr-objdump g++ strip avr-as avr-gcov avr-ranlib gcc avr-c++ avr-gprof avr-readelf ld avr-c++filt avr-ld avr-size ld.bfd avr-cpp avr-ld.bfd avr-strings nm JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ Output of make info with the \ in my path JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ make info PATH: /Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR\ Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/X11/bin avr-gcc -v make: avr-gcc: No such file or directory make: *** [info] Error 1 JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ Output of make info with the \ not in my path JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ make info PATH: /Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/X11/bin avr-gcc -v make: avr-gcc: No such file or directory make: *** [info] Error 1 JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ update - When I have my CC set to include the full path as described above, this is the result of make info. JUSTINs-MacBook-Air:Untitled justinzaun$ make info PATH: /Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/X11/bin /Users/justinzaun/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/AVR_Builder-gxiykwiwjywvoagykxvmotvncbyd/Build/Products/Debug/AVR\ Builder.app/Contents/Resources/avrchain/bin/avr-gcc -v Using built-in specs. 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