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CSMAKE(1)		    General Commands Manual		     CSMAKE(1)

NAME
       csmake -	CScout make

SYNOPSIS
       csmake [-T spy_directory] [-N rules_file] [make(1) options]

DESCRIPTION
       csmake  is  a  wrapper  around make and typical C compilation commands.
       When invoked instead of make on a clean (unbuilt) system, it will build
       the  system  in the same	way as make.  As a side-effect it will monitor
       the invocations of cc(1), gcc(1), clang(1),  ar(1),  ld(1),  and	 mv(1)
       commands	 and  record their environment and arguments.  With those data
       it will generate	a CScout project specification that  can  be  used  to
       process	the  project  that was compiled.  The project specification is
       saved into a file named make.cs.	 Moreover, a separate CScout .cs  file
       is generated for	each executable	in cscout_projects directory.

       To  allow csmake	to be used as a	drop in	replacement in build sequences
       that execute multiple make commands, you	can create a  /tmp/csmake-spy,
       which  will be used to create rules for the superset of all make-gener-
       ated executables.

       csmake options can be passed through CSMAKEFLAGS	environment variable.

OPTIONS
       -N rules_file
	      Run on an	existing rules file.

       -T spy_directory
	      Create a separate	CScout .cs file	for each real executable.  Use
	      spy_directory  as	spy directory, remember	to clear it if you use
	      it multiple times.  Save the .cs files into  cscout_projects  in
	      the current directory.

EXAMPLE
       The  following  commands	 are often the only ones required to process a
       typical C project.

       make clean
       csmake
       cscout make.cs

       If you want to use csmake with another C	compiler, prepend CC=compiler-
       name to the csmake invocation, as shown in the following	example.

       CC=x86_64-w64-gcc csmake

EXAMPLE: DEBIAN	PACKAGE
       The  following  commands	can be used to run csmake for a	Debian package
       using dpkg-buildpackage.

       rm -rf tmp_dir && mkdir -p tmp_dir
       CSMAKEFLAGS='-T tmp_dir'	MAKE=/usr/local/bin/csmake dpkg-buildpackage -b

SEE ALSO
       cscout(1)

AUTHOR
       (C) Copyright 2006-2016 Diomidis	Spinellis.

			       26 September 2019		     CSMAKE(1)

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