I am trying to set an environment variable just before in a makefile target, just before I attempt to compile.
target: MYVAR=-DSOMETHING; ./exe_name
gcc -o ./exe_name ..........
gcc -o $*.o -c $*.cpp $(MYVAR)
So that the define can be picked up at compile time. it will be a different define for each target i am trying to build.
Is it possible to do this at all?
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