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Hi, I am using motor as an IDE under bash (my X does not work). While when I tried to build a target, a message comes up by "no rules to build the target". What does it mean? Do I miss something? Thank you for any reply.
well it depends what kind of compilation framework you're using. if you've alreayd got a standard ./configure script ready then you'd need to run it to generate a makefile, otherwise you'd need to create the configure manually too.. look into autoconf and automake if needed.