I am trying to compile a C++ program using make. After reading quite a few tutorials, I have come upon the following make file.
It reads source files from src directory, puts objects in the build directory, and puts the exe in the bin directory.
When I try running the following makefile, I get the subsequent error.
++ /bin/wavfiletool.exe -g -O2 g++: error: /bin/wavfiletool.exe: No such file or directory g++: fatal error: no input files compilation terminated. make: *** [/bin/wavfiletool.exe] Error 1 [Finished in 0.1s with exit code 2]
I have edited the makefile. One typo in the previous version was that I have .c when I am using .cpp and c++. I am now getting a different error.
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I am trying to create a Makefile target which first checks to see if my Docker container exists. If it exists then I want to issue the Docker Container Restart command otherwise I want to issue the Docker Run command to create and start the container.
I have coded the below but am getting the error shown below. The result = 1 is correct as I do have a container running. I have removed the container and tested that the result then becomes 0 which is also correct. The problem seems to be when I try to use result in the ifeq statement. Can someone please advise me what I am doing wrong? (I have temporarily commented out the docker commands and replaced them with echo true / false just while I am debugging).