cvmake - program building and recompilation tool
cvmake [-f Makefile] [targets ...]
Cvmake is a program building tool designed to help programmers quickly
compile their programs, find errors, edit the source files, and
Cvmake is invoked automatically when the user selects the "Recompile"
menu option in the File menu of the WorkShop Source Viewer. It can also
be invoked directly from the command line.
COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
Cvmake accepts the following options:
Use the named makefile instead of the default. Cvmake passes this
option along to the actual builder program that it invokes to do the
recompilation (typically make(1)).
Cvmake accepts an optional list of targets to be built.
Using the WorkShop Build Tool [Toc] [Back]
Builds can be started by clicking the Build button. The program used to
actually do the builds is set using the Preferences entry under the Admin
menu. Any program can be used as the builder, although the default is
The output from the build is collected in the transcript area, and any
error messages are listed below the transcript. Double-clicking on an
error in the error list will bring up the default editor (if cvmake was
invoked from a Source Viewer window, that Source Viewer will be used) and
scroll it to the line containing the error.
For more details, please consult the on-line help system or the
CASEVision/WorkShop User's Guide.
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