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GeneralRe: Using OpenMP - #of CPU or # of threads ? Pin
Vaclav_10-Feb-19 5:34
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QuestionC coding to evaluate an arithmetic expression Pin
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RantWhy "make"? Pin
Vaclav_7-Feb-19 6:28
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This is just curiosity , not a question.
I code in C++ , using IDE.
It "builds" the executable using "make" without me messing with "automatically generated" "make" by IDE. Accessing the "make " sometime warns that is it so generated by IDE and not to modify it.
Most of the time I follow instructions, so I let IDE to do its stuff.

I have noticed that some code posts here include manually building the "make".
Why if run of the mill IDE does it "automatically" ?

I am sure there are occasions when IDE generated make could use some tweaking, but in general IDE does the job well.

Off soap box.
Cheers
Vaclav
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