What is GNU Make?

Compile and run your programs with ease via this automation tool.

A Makefile is a special file used in software development projects to automate the process of building executable programs or libraries from source code. It typically contains a set of instructions, which specify how to compile and link the source files into the final application.

Examining a Basic Example

  1. App.class: App.java

  2. TestApp.class: App.class TestApp.java

  3. run: App.class

  4. test: TestApp.class

  5. Mercury:

Explore Further

Looking to dive deeper into GNU make? For more detailed information on how this powerful tool can enhance your software development process, visit GNU's official page. There, you'll find in-depth guides, tutorials, and additional resources.

Happy programming!
- Amogh Paruvelli