Monthly Archives: August 2011

Debugging Makefiles

From eLinux.org Jump to: navigation, search Here is some information on debugging Makefiles: Contents [hide] 1 showing symbol values, and showing file dependencies 2 Makefile Debugger 3 remake 4 Debugging a kernel build 4.1 Verbose options 4.2 Bui… Continue reading

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Monitoring file or directory changes

Monitoring file or directory changes Many modern systems provide a way to watch a directory for events (new files, reading the directory, modification of a file in the directory, etc.). This facility can be done in various ways, from providing hoo… Continue reading

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Getopt and getopts

Both “getopt” and getopts are tools to use for processing and validating shell script arguments. They are similar, but not identical. More confusingly, functionality may vary from place to place, so you need to read the man pages carefully if your… Continue reading

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Replacing text macros and the # and ## operators

The preprocessor supports text macro replacement. Function-like text macro replacement is also supported. Contents [hide] 1 Syntax 2 Explanation 2.1 #define directives 2.1.1 Object-like macros 2.1.2 Function-like macros 2.2 # and ## operators 2.3 … Continue reading

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Unix find command helper

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