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source file extension

From: Duke Normandin
Subject: source file extension
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2010 16:08:33 -0600 (MDT)
User-agent: Alpine 2.00 (DEB 1167 2008-08-23)

Hello list...

I recently cobbled together a "generic" Makefile for an Oberon-2
compiler - with the help of 2 generous hackers on this list. Works
great with Oberon.

Today I tried the same Makefile with a Modula-2 compiler, after making
the necessary changes. The Modula compiler is really a gcc
front-end. It behaves pretty much like the Oberon compiler. However,
the Makefile doesn't seem to want to create the object file when used
for the Modula-2 compiler. The Modula-2 source code file extension is
".mod", as opposed to a single-char extension, like .c, or .m . Could
that be the problem? Here's the relevant code:

define assert
$(call assert,$($ARGS), The variable "$ARGS" is null)

# save CLI arguments                                                            
               EXEC-FILE = $(word 1, $(ARGS))                                   
                              SRCS = $(wordlist 2, 999, $(ARGS))

LINK = gm2                                                                      
               MODULA = gm2 -c
$(EXEC-FILE): $(SRCS:%.o=%.mod)
# $(LINK) $@ $^                                                                 
                 $(LINK) $^ -o $@
   $(MODULA) %<
Much obliged!                                                                   

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