The utility simply known as make is one of the most enduring features of both Unix and other operating systems. First invented in the 1970s, make still turns up to this day as the central engine in most programming projects; it even builds the Linux kernel. In the third edition of the classic Managing Projects with GNU make, readers will learn why this utility continues to hold its top position in project build software, despite many younger competitors.
As a special feature, if SHELL is determined to be a POSIX-style shell, the special prefix characters in “internal” recipe lines will removed before the recipe is processed. This feature is intended to allow existing makefiles to add the .ONESHELL special target and still run properly without extensive modifications. Since the special prefix characters are not legal at the beginning of a line in a POSIX shell script this is not a loss in functionality.
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The GNU Autotools make it easy for developers to create software that is portable across many UNIX-like operating systems. Thousands of open source software packages use the Autotools, but the learning curve is unfortunately steep, and it can be difficult for a beginner to find anything more than basic reference material on using the powerful software suite.
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This book shows how to use of mixture of home-grown scripts, native SQL Server tools, and tools from the Red Gate SQL Toolbelt, to successfully develop database applications in a team environment, and make database development as similar as possible to "normal" development.
Industrial Strength C++
Taking the point of view that good rules make good programs, this text presents proven strategies for using and programming in the C++ object-oriented language in the form of easy-to-follow lists of rules and recommendations.
Cuối cùng, một khía cạnh thường bị bỏ qua phát triển của PHP là quá trình triển khai thực tế gritty chi tiết về đẩy mã của bạn đến máy chủ sản xuất, và en suring mà bạn có thể quay trở lại nếu nó không thành công. Các công cụ như GNU Make và Phing có thể giúp tự động hóa các nhiệm vụ này,
TextMate is a highly extensible Mac OS X GUI text editor that has gained quite a bit of
developer notoriety through the years. Created in 2004 by Allan Odgaard, TextMate 1
started out as a simple editor. By 2006, when TextMate 1.5 was released, it won the
Apple Design Award for Best Developer Tool, and has gained a vast community backing.
In August 2012, TextMate 2 was released under GNU General Public License and its source
code is available at Github. However, this guide will cover the most popular version of the
software, TextMate 1.5.
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