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makeutil is a set of portable public domain programs designed to support C/C++ projects
makeutil is a set of portable public domain programs designed to support C/C++ projects. It provides tools for build operations outside of the normal compile/link pipeline.
It is designed to be unobtrusively included directly in your own software development project.
Here is a brief description of each tool:
config: choose file based on platform
ccinfo: name compiler used to compile program
mksystype: determine operating system
mkarray: convert input file to C array
mkstring: convert input line to C string
armor: convert binary file to ascii
dearmor: convert encoded ascii file to binary
textpack: compress files with precompiled frequency table
textpand: uncompress files with precompiled frequency table
ckey: create frequency table from input
extract: extract files from an extract format text archive
retract: create an extract format text archive
addcr: add a 't' before every 'n'
delcr: delete the 'r' from every 'rn'
unmake: process include directives in a Makefile
makeutil is designed to run on the unix operating system. This includes Mac OS X, but not Windows. A port to Windows is welcome if you would like to contribute patches.
You will need a C compiler and some version of make to compile the source code. gcc and gnu make work fine, but your operating system versions of these tools should work as well.
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