Makefile generator for Java programs
mmake will generate a master Makefile for your Java programs.
This generated Makefile fully understands the subdirectories
that are required if your program consists of multiple packages.
mmake also automatically generates dependencies, and can use
the C preprocessor for Java programs and generate javadoc documentation.
mmake defaults to using Sun's javac from the jdk but can easily use
guavac or a different GPL alternative as well.
This readme serves as a quick start, please use `man mmake' for
documentation on the mmake script.
- make install
- man mmake
This will install mmake and the man-file in /usr/local/bin and
/usr/local/man/man1 respectively. If you want another location than
/usr/local, run configure with the prefix options, like so:
This directory contains an example on how to create different Java
versions of an Applet. The Applet source-code contains C-preprocessor
conditionalis to compile the Applet to Java 1.0 or Java 1.1 class-
files. The compilation of the Applet is done via the Makefile in this
directory. The Makefile is, of course, created by mmake.
Do a 'make doc' to create HTML-documentation o
MMAKE(1) User Commands MMAKE(1)
mmake - generate a Java Makefile
mmake [ -d ⎪ -v ]
This program will generate a Makefile for Java source files.
Use the -d option to accept all defaults.
After running mmake, you will obtain a Makefile in the direc‐
tory from where you started the pro
mmake (2.3-5.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* debian/control (Build-Depends)
This package was debianized by John Goerzen email@example.com on
Mon, 12 Oct 1998 12:10:22 -0500
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