Learn to construct a basic Makefile to automate building C programs.
Author: Barry Brown
Nice buildup of background information to explain the point of make. Great Job! I got a good intro to make. Now I can read the documentation or be able to understand many other material easily. Thanks.
Thank you, Barry, for making Makefile so simple to understand ^_^
the best make file video till now i have watched, plz make a video on static and dynamic libraries
Nice little anecdote near the end about accidental deletion. Personally, I make it a mission to init git in any project so that I never have to worry about silly little mistakes like those. Unless if I recursively delete, then woe is me lols.
So if I have 34 different files that need compiling I need to write individual actions and the dependencies for EACH ONE?!
This is the video that finally made it click for me, couldn’t have been presented any better
awesome video. explanation really simplified
you are a great teacher, thank you
Wouldn’t it be easier to include gd.h in gd.c since gd.o is a dependent on gd.c ?
Also, Hats off to a perfect Makefile tutorial!
Hi , nice interlace of the screen cast and camera , what setup did you use to make this youtube video ? can you give me tips ? , thanks in advance
Really good work!!
Hey! This video was amazing 🙂 . As a matter of fact I watched this video anonymously then after that I signed in to drop a like and comment. 🙂
great explaining , I never understood it like this till now .
I was so lost until I watched this video, very well-explained!
Thank you very muchBarry Brown, clear, easy and full explanation. Great idea with screen and you on the corner, looks really professional. Good sound, everything is clear. Other youtubers should learn from you. Just perfect!
very good video,this is really helpful!
Man, that thing about the wildcard cracked me up! How did you recover from that though? Were your files recovered? Thanks!
This was really helpful✊✊✊
What is clang ?
Sorry did not see your other videos
Awesome tutorial and a good deep dive on Makefile. Great one!
You almost look like the missing sibling of ACUN ILICALI
31:28 Your kind of true but make doesn’t actually ran targets because object files were missing.
It’s more likely to do:
Check if file/directory of that name exists -> Yes, continue running -> No, if exists, run target of that name
rm * .o is nothing, I once ran sudo rm -rf /* while my internship at amazon! 😛 😛
https://youtu.be/DiFZETRtxts gets clear your c concepts