Documentation: Format of `--print-data-base`

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Documentation: Format of `--print-data-base`

Adrian Muresan
What is the format of the `--print-data-base` entry? This is one example entry.

What do the lines below "Successfully updated mean"?


applinkmenumodel.o: applinkmenumodel.cpp
#  Implicit rule search has been done.
#  Implicit/static pattern stem: 'applinkmenumodel'
#  Last modified 2016-07-11 10:56:29
#  File has been updated.
#  Successfully updated.
# automatic
# @ := applinkmenumodel.o
# automatic
# % :=
# automatic
# * := applinkmenumodel
# automatic
# + := applinkmenumodel.cpp
# automatic
# | :=
# automatic
# < := applinkmenumodel.cpp
# automatic
# ^ := applinkmenumodel.cpp
# automatic
# ? := applinkmenumodel.cpp
# variable set hash-table stats:
# Load=8/32=25%, Rehash=0, Collisions=1/25=4%
#  recipe to execute (from 'makefile', line 10):
@echo BEFORE
@echo MAKEFLAGS=$(MAKEFLAGS)
qcc.exe $(CC_FLAGS) $@ $<
@echo AFTER

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Re: Documentation: Format of `--print-data-base`

Paul Smith-20
On Mon, 2016-07-11 at 15:06 +0000, Adrian Muresan wrote:
> What do the lines below "Successfully updated mean"?

Those are the values of the automatic variables for that target.

https://www.gnu.org/software/make/manual/html_node/Automatic-Variables.html



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