GCC question

Carl Johnson carlj at peak.org
Sun Sep 6 04:05:24 UTC 2015

Warren Block <wblock at wonkity.com> writes:

> On Sat, 5 Sep 2015, kpneal at pobox.com wrote:
>> On Sat, Sep 05, 2015 at 09:07:00AM -0700, Carl Johnson wrote:
>>> As long as this came up, does anybody know of a similar incantation to
>>> show the defined rules and symbols for make?  I remember seeing
>>> something like that years ago, but I haven't been able to find it
>>> since.
>> There's a bunch of -d suboptions to make in its man page.
>> Try "-dg1 -dv" as options to make. If that isn't quite right it should
>> at least be a starting point.
> These are not perfect, but they are useful.  If you use csh/tcsh,
> anyway:
>   alias __makevars      'make -ndv |& perl -ne '\''print "$1\n" if /^(?:Command|Global|Internal):(\S+?)\s+/;'\'' | sort -u'
>   complete make         'C/F/(FORMATS= FORMATS=html FORMATS=html-split FORMATS=pdf)/' \
>                         'p/1/`make -V .ALLTARGETS`/' \
>                         'n/-V/`__makevars`/'
> 'make' [space] [tab] completes from available targets.
> 'make -V' [space] [tab] completes from known variables.
> Both probably miss some.  The variable completion could be faster.
> Improvements welcome.

I don't normally use csh, but those definitely give some good
information to work with.

Thank you.
Carl Johnson		carlj at peak.org

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