Commit a825e914 authored by J. Fernando Sánchez's avatar J. Fernando Sánchez

Updated makefiles from senpy

parent a73f3112
These makefiles are recipes for several common tasks in different types of projects.
To add them to your project, simply do:
```
git remote add makefiles ssh://git@lab.cluster.gsi.dit.upm.es:2200/docs/templates/makefiles.git
git subtree add --prefix=.makefiles/ makefiles master
touch Makefile
echo "include .makefiles/makefiles.mk" >> Makefile
```
Now you can take advantage of the recipes.
For instance, to add useful targets for a python project, just add this to your Makefile:
```
include .makefiles/python.mk
```
You may need to set special variables like the name of your project or the python versions you're targetting.
Take a look at each specific `.mk` file for more information, and the `Makefile` in the [senpy](https://lab.cluster.gsi.dit.upm.es/senpy/senpy) project for a real use case.
If you update the makefiles from your repository, make sure to push the changes for review in upstream (this repository):
```
make makefiles-push
```
It will automatically commit all unstaged changes in the .makefiles folder.
makefiles-remote:
git remote add makefiles ssh://git@lab.cluster.gsi.dit.upm.es:2200/docs/templates/makefiles.git || true
makefiles-commit: makefiles-remote
git add -f .makefiles
git commit -em "Updated makefiles from ${NAME}"
makefiles-push: makefiles-commit
git subtree push --prefix=.makefiles/ makefiles $(NAME)
makefiles-pull: makefiles-remote
git subtree pull --prefix=.makefiles/ makefiles master --squash
.PHONY:: makefiles-remote makefiles-commit makefiles-push makefiles-pull
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