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H
home directory4.4 Using Wildcard Characters in File Names

I
IEEE Standard 1003.21. Overview of make
ifdef, expansionConditional Statements
ifeq, expansionConditional Statements
ifndef, expansionConditional Statements
ifneq, expansionConditional Statements
implicit rule10. Using Implicit Rules
implicit rule, and directory search4.5.5 Directory Search and Implicit Rules
implicit rule, and VPATH4.5.5 Directory Search and Implicit Rules
implicit rule, definition of3.1 What Makefiles Contain
implicit rule, expansionRule Definition
implicit rule, how to use10.1 Using Implicit Rules
implicit rule, introduction to2.5 Letting make Deduce the Commands
implicit rule, predefined10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
implicit rule, search algorithm10.8 Implicit Rule Search Algorithm
implicit rules, secondary expansion ofSecondary Expansion of Implicit Rules
included makefiles, default directories3.3 Including Other Makefiles
including (MAKEFILE_LIST variable)3.5 The Variable MAKEFILE_LIST
including (MAKEFILES variable)3.4 The Variable MAKEFILES
including other makefiles3.3 Including Other Makefiles
incompatibilities13. Incompatibilities and Missing Features
Info, rule to format10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
install (standard target)9.2 Arguments to Specify the Goals
intermediate files10.4 Chains of Implicit Rules
intermediate files, preserving10.4 Chains of Implicit Rules
intermediate targets, explicit4.9 Special Built-in Target Names
interrupt5.6 Interrupting or Killing make

J
job slots5.4 Parallel Execution
job slots, and recursion5.7.3 Communicating Options to a Sub-make
jobs, limiting based on load5.4 Parallel Execution
joining lists of words8.3 Functions for File Names

K
killing (interruption)5.6 Interrupting or Killing make

L
last-resort default rules10.6 Defining Last-Resort Default Rules
ld10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
lex10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
lex10.3 Variables Used by Implicit Rules
Lex, rule to run10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
libraries for linking, directory search4.5.6 Directory Search for Link Libraries
library archive, suffix rule for11.4 Suffix Rules for Archive Files
limiting jobs based on load5.4 Parallel Execution
link libraries, and directory search4.5.6 Directory Search for Link Libraries
link libraries, patterns matching4.5.6 Directory Search for Link Libraries
linking, predefined rule for10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
lint10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
lint10.3 Variables Used by Implicit Rules
lint, rule to run10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
list of all prerequisites10.5.3 Automatic Variables
list of changed prerequisites10.5.3 Automatic Variables
load average5.4 Parallel Execution
loops in variable expansion6.2 The Two Flavors of Variables
lpr (shell command)4.4.1 Wildcard Examples
lpr (shell command)4.8 Empty Target Files to Record Events

M
m2c10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
m2c10.3 Variables Used by Implicit Rules
macro6. How to Use Variables
make depend4.14 Generating Prerequisites Automatically
makefile2. An Introduction to Makefiles
makefile name3.2 What Name to Give Your Makefile
makefile name, how to specify3.2 What Name to Give Your Makefile
makefile rule parts2.1 What a Rule Looks Like
makefile syntax, evaluating8.8 The eval Function
makefile, and MAKEFILES variable3.4 The Variable MAKEFILES
makefile, conventions for14. Makefile Conventions
makefile, how make processes2.3 How make Processes a Makefile
makefile, how to write3. Writing Makefiles
makefile, including3.3 Including Other Makefiles
makefile, overriding3.8 Overriding Part of Another Makefile
makefile, parsing3.9 How make Reads a Makefile
makefile, remaking of3.7 How Makefiles Are Remade
makefile, simple2.2 A Simple Makefile
makefiles, and MAKEFILE_LIST variable3.5 The Variable MAKEFILE_LIST
makefiles, and special variables3.6 Other Special Variables
makeinfo10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
makeinfo10.3 Variables Used by Implicit Rules
match-anything rule10.5.5 Match-Anything Pattern Rules
match-anything rule, used to override3.8 Overriding Part of Another Makefile
missing features13. Incompatibilities and Missing Features
mistakes with wildcards4.4.2 Pitfalls of Using Wildcards
modified variable reference6.3.1 Substitution References
Modula-2, rule to compile10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
mostlyclean (standard target)9.2 Arguments to Specify the Goals
multiple rules for one target4.11 Multiple Rules for One Target
multiple rules for one target (::)4.13 Double-Colon Rules
multiple targets4.10 Multiple Targets in a Rule
multiple targets, in pattern rule10.5.1 Introduction to Pattern Rules

N
name of makefile3.2 What Name to Give Your Makefile
name of makefile, how to specify3.2 What Name to Give Your Makefile
nested variable reference6.3.2 Computed Variable Names
newline, quoting, in commands5.1.1 Splitting Command Lines
newline, quoting, in makefile2.2 A Simple Makefile
nondirectory part8.3 Functions for File Names
normal prerequisites4.3 Types of Prerequisites

O
obj2.4 Variables Make Makefiles Simpler
OBJ2.4 Variables Make Makefiles Simpler
objects2.4 Variables Make Makefiles Simpler
OBJECTS2.4 Variables Make Makefiles Simpler
OBJS2.4 Variables Make Makefiles Simpler
objs2.4 Variables Make Makefiles Simpler
old-fashioned suffix rules10.7 Old-Fashioned Suffix Rules
options9.7 Summary of Options
options, and recursion5.7.3 Communicating Options to a Sub-make
options, setting from environment5.7.3 Communicating Options to a Sub-make
options, setting in makefiles5.7.3 Communicating Options to a Sub-make
order of pattern rules10.5.1 Introduction to Pattern Rules
order-only prerequisites4.3 Types of Prerequisites
origin of variable8.9 The origin Function
overriding makefiles3.8 Overriding Part of Another Makefile
overriding variables with arguments9.5 Overriding Variables
overriding with override6.7 The override Directive

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