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

Your IDE probably creates the Makefile from some sort of project database, perhaps a .proj file. Lets assume that I create a library that you would like to use, but I use a different IDE than you, which uses Project.DB files that are completely different than the .proj files your IDE uses. If my project creates a Makefile that can be used from the command line, then you don't have to figure out how to import and build the library using your IDE, or how to install and use the IDE I use. Additionally, your IDE might clobber the Makefile distributed with my project, in which case you're going to have to go try to make sure you've got all the dependencies right, which might take a lot of time.
In the land of UNIX like OS (Linux, BSD, Darwin, etc), make is almost ubiquitous. If the OS doesn't ship with make, someone will probably have a version of make (e.g. gnu-make) available. That means make is, more or less, the de facto build tool.
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