Using the C Pre-Processor

If you are porting code from C to Java it is often useful to be able to use the C pre-proccessor (cpp or cc -E). This tip shows you how to create a makefile that will allow you to run cpp on your java code. First you need to do: mkdir cpp, before you start. Assume you want to compile the classes and

 JCC=/usr/local/java/bin/javacJFLAGS=-gCPP=gcc -EDEST=/tmp/.SUFFIXES: .class .javaTARGETS= file1.class /bin/rm -f dummy.c ln -s $< dummy.c $(CPP) dummy.c | grep -v '^#' > cpp/$< $(JCC) $(JFLAGS) cpp/$< cp cpp/*.class /home/cameron/xg/x/classes/ cp cpp/*.class ./all: $(TARGETS)clean: /bin/rm -f *.class 

The other version allows you to just run cpp on selected files. The files that have the extension .javacpp will have the C Pre-processor run on them.

 JCC=/usr/local/java/bin/javacJFLAGS=CPP=gcc -E.SUFFIXES : .class .java cp $< $*.c $(CPP) $*.c | grep -v '^#' > $*.java chmod -w $*.java .java.class : $(JCC) $(JAVAFLAGS) $< all: Counter.class Connect.class mv *class $(DEST)Counter.class: Counter.javacpp

Note that you need to add the dependences, otherwise when you change .javacpp, the file is still just built from the .java file.

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