|-MT appears to be incorrect for header file dependency generation? [message #1071955]
||Sun, 21 July 2013 18:04
| Shannon Holland
Registered: July 2013
I'm fairly new to Eclipse/CDT so there's likely something stupid I'm missing here But, the issue I was trying to track down was why CDT (in a managed external build) would not recompile source files based on header file dependencies.
Looking through the makefiles I see that the .d files are being generated and included. However, the target within each .d file is the .d file itself rather than the .o file. So, on a header file update make will want to rebuild the .d file (for which there is no rule) rather than the .o file...
If I manually edit the .d file to set the target as a .o and run make from the command line then make will correctly rebuild the object file.
It appears the .d dependency is being explicitly set with a -MT option to the compiler. Is there a way I can change this? Or is something else going on that I'm missing?
I'm using Eclipse Juno with the latest CDT (just updated).
Thanks for any help!
[Updated on: Mon, 22 July 2013 04:43]
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