[clug] Stupid make question... What commands/parameters get issued?
sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au
Mon Nov 19 18:29:19 MST 2012
I'm trying to understand where some problems in a build (conflicting
headers) are coming from, and it'd be really helpful to know exactly
what commands and parameters are being issued.
"make -d" (or --debug=...) print masses of detail, but is silent on what
commands are issued. (I get something like 'process started', 'finished'
when I use --debug=j. PID's don't equate to anything.).
"make -n" sort tells me what it *might* do, but in dynamic environments,
it can't be complete/correct.
"make -s" is the opposite of what I want :-)
Am I missing something??
I'd really like to think I am :-)
[On another note, how do you track down what gcc uses as its default
system includes??? I know I can set them with -isystem, -isysroot and
-idirisafter... But /usr/include and ???? are compiled in?]
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