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0make - make relocatable binaries

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Published by Lennon Cook


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Full name


0make is a small script which uses the autotools process to compile sources in such a way as the binaries are relocatable. The binaries do not rely on being installed to a particular prefix, and so are suitable for use in - for example - the Zero Install Injector, which puts them into a prefix not determinable at compile time. 0make is intended to be used as a build command for 0compile, and reads all the information it needs from $SRCDIR and $DESTDIR exported by 0compile.

Available versions

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0.12008-06-18stableAnyDownload (468 bytes)
0.22008-09-05stableAnyDownload (621 bytes)
0.2.12008-09-05stableAnyDownload (663 bytes)
Required libraries

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