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Post-compile script? [message #1774466] Sun, 15 October 2017 23:22
Paul DeRocco is currently offline Paul DeRoccoFriend
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Is there any way to specify some command to be run after each compilation, as opposed to after the entire build? I use -Wa,-adlg >$(@:%.o=%.lst) in my miscellaneous options to cause the assembler to spit out a listing, but I'd like to run a script on it to clean out the bazillions of useless labels.

I can't put a pipe or a semicolon followed by another command in the miscellaneous options, because the end of the miscellaneous options isn't the end of the command. I also can't edit subdir.mk to append something to the entire compile command line, because it's an auto-generated file.

Any other ideas?
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