Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran


Microsoft's NMAKE is a make tool that operates in the traditional manner. The user creates a makefile that specifies a list of targets and dependencies, and defines commands which are executed to build the targets. By default, NMAKE looks for a file called "Makefile", and uses it to build any out of date targets which it defines. Unlike AUTOMAKE, NMAKE is able to build multiple targets using a single makefile.

Topics in this section describes using NMAKE with LF95.