Makefile Interface

To remove all target files for a given configuration

  1. Change directory to $PROJECT_DIR.
  2. make -f nbproject/Makefile-debugOption.mk SUBPROJECTS= .clean-conf

This will clean the target files for the debugOption configuration.

To remove all target files for all configurations

  1. Change directory to $PROJECT_DIR.
  2. make clobber

To run the Makefile for a given configuration

  1. Change directory to $PROJECT_DIR.
  2. Set environment variables to override values in the Make process.
  3. make -f nbproject/Makefile-$CONFIGURATION_NAME.mk SUBPROJECTS= .build-conf where $CONFIGURATION_NAME is the name of the configuration Makefile to be run.

For a configuration called default:
make -f nbproject/Makefile-default.mk SUBPROJECTS= .build-conf

The output for a configuration is one of the debug files .cof or .elf. The production image will be a .hex file.
dist/$CONFIGURATION_NAME/production/$PROJECT_NAME.production.hex
dist/$CONFIGURATION_NAME/debug/$PROJECT_NAME.debug.$COF_OR_ELF
where $COF_OR_ELF is either cof or elf, and $PROJECT_NAME is the name of the project.

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