I see that Automake is including a .l.c rule. And I see that if I touch a .l file, it automatically runs flex to generate a new .c file, and then compiles that .c file. For example:
[13:19] jsquyres-mac:~/svn/ompi3/opal/util % touch show_help_lex.l
[13:20] jsquyres-mac:~/svn/ompi3/opal/util % make
Making all in keyval
make: Nothing to be done for `all'.
/usr/bin/ranlib: file: .libs/libopalutil.a(qsort.o) has no symbols
So I guess I'd like to see a specific case where editing a .l file does not re-generate the .c file properly.
On Dec 4, 2012, at 9:58 AM, Barrett, Brian W wrote:
> We should never have to have the makefile extension. Just making sure the lex file gets included should work. When Nathan commits his patch, I'll take a look.
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