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dlmake


call make or nmake tool


Syntax


[res, message] = dlmake(destinationdir)
[res, message] = dlgeneratemake(destinationdir, libname, c_cpp_files, includes, defines, external_libraries, build_configuration, c_flags, cxx_flags)

Input argument


destinationdir

a string: destination directory where is the makefile to call.

Output argument


res

a logical: true if makefile execution was successfully.

message

a string: empty if makefile execution was successfully or an error message.

Description


dlmake used to provide an multiplatform way to build C/C++.

Example


basic example to call dlmake

dest = [tempdir(), 'dlmake_help']; 
mkdir(dest);		
txt = 'MESSAGE( STATUS "Hello world !")';		
filewrite([dest, '/CMakeLists.txt'], txt);
[status, message] = dlmake(dest)

See also


dlgeneratemake.

History


Version Description
1.0.0 initial version

Author


Allan CORNET

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