Produce an executable file, C/C++ Programming

Requirements

  • Create a "makefile" that will manage the construction of a program
  • The name of the makefile must be: makefile
  • The make file must produce an executable file. The name of the executable file must be:

myProgram

  • Use the g++ compiler (This is the C++ compiler from our friends at GNU. It is on Einstein)
  • Base the makefile on the source files listed below.
  • The makefile and the source files must be located in $HOME/itec400/homework
  • Make sure the permissions on the your itec400 directory are 705
  • Make sure the permissions on your make file and your source files are 705

Source files

Create the following 5 files under your "homework" directory:

Source File 1: main.cpp

#include "employee.h"

#include "address.h"

int main()

{

printf("program works\n");

}

Source File 2: employee.cpp

#include "address.h"

Source File 3: address.cpp

#include

Source File 4: employee.h

#ifndef EMPLOYEE_H

#define EMPLOYEE_H

#endif

Source File 5: address.h

#ifndef ADDRESS_H

#define ADDRESS_H

#include

#endif

Testing

The script "test_build.sh" is utilized to invoke the "make" command. You can obtain a copy "test_build.sh" at the following location:

http://cs.franklin.edu/~dandrear/itec400/Misc/test_build.sh If you have written your

"makefile" properly, execution of the test_build.sh script should generate the following output:

1. touch everything - everything should build

g++ -c main.cpp

g++ -c address.cpp

g++ -c employee.cpp

g++ -o myProgram main.o address.o employee.o

2. touch nothing - nothing should build

make: 'myProgram' is up to date.

3. touch address.h - main and employee should build

g++ -c main.cpp

g++ -c employee.cpp

g++ -o myProgram main.o address.o employee.o

4. touch main.cpp - only main.o should build

g++ -c main.cpp

g++ -o myProgram main.o address.o employee.o

5. touch employee.cpp - only employee.o should build

g++ -c employee.cpp

g++ -o myProgram main.o address.o employee.o

6. touch address.cpp - only address.o should build

g++ -c address.cpp

g++ -o myProgram main.o address.o employee.o

Remove myProgram and all object files (.o)

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