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Using eev to test make(files)

In 2022jan04 I realized that I could use the eepitch-preprocess-line trick - that I added to eev in 2022dec15! - to add tests blocks to makefiles, and to create makefiles that are demos of features that I use rarely... I asked on #emacs for suggestions of features to show, and a few minutes later I recorded a video (warning: totally unherehearsed!) demoing just a few features. Click on the thumbnail at the left to watch it, and click on the thumbnail at the right to see a screenshot of a demo that shows some tricks that I find really useful - the target "%.showvar" and a way to run an interactive shell inside make to inspect the variables.


Links:

The file that I used in the video:
http://angg.twu.net/MAKE/demo-1.gnumake.html
http://angg.twu.net/MAKE/demo-1.gnumake
        (find-angg "MAKE/demo-1.gnumake")

The video:
 http://angg.twu.net/eev-videos/2022-eev-make-0.mp4
 (code-eevvideo "2022eevmake0" "2022-eev-make-0" "Iql5C-yQk5c")
           (find-2022eevmake0video "0:00")

Other tricks (that I learned after the video):
http://angg.twu.net/MAKE/demo-2.gnumake.html
http://angg.twu.net/MAKE/demo-2.gnumake
        (find-angg "MAKE/demo-2.gnumake")