ted at tedneward.com
Sat Sep 29 00:12:19 UTC 2007
What about just kicking off make in the directory in which you made your changes? I've assumed (not tried) that this would be the way to go....
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> bounces at openjdk.java.net] On Behalf Of Roman Kennke
> Sent: Friday, September 28, 2007 11:36 AM
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> Subject: Make targets?
> I am looking for a make target, that only re-builds changed classes,
> without the need to go through a complete 'make'. Would save me a lot
> time. Is this documented somewhere? My bash autocompletion gives me a
> big list of make targets, I tried some but many seem to need some
> environment variables set, that I haven't and thus fail. (for example
> 'make j2se-build' or 'make j2se-freshen' sounded promising).
> Any ideas? make help only prints very few standard options.
> Cheers, Roman
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