PBMake 2.16 for Clipper, Xbase++, C and ASM

Running It:

Running a Make.


Running a Make.

To run the make, simply type: MAKE <makefilename> or for example, you might type: MAKE MYPROG (the .MAK extension is optional) or, starting with PBMake 2.00, PBINIT.EXE creates a simple batch file that eliminates some typing. Simply type: MK (if MK.BAT is not present, run PBINIT again) The time and date stamps will be surveyed, and an appropriate batch file will be created and run that will compile only the minimum it takes to create an up to date target. Note! If you want to have PBMake remake all objects, use the /ALL flag, and all objects will be recreated, regardless of time and date stamps. MAKE MYPROG /ALL or MK /ALL