Updated make file command wording

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Jesse Laprade 2 years ago
parent 10ed181428
commit e33ef0c2fb
  1. 12
      Makefile
  2. 2
      README.md

@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ help:
@echo " clean"
@echo " Removes the $(program-name) executable from $(directory-source)/"
@echo ""
@echo " build"
@echo " compile"
@echo " Creates a $(program-name) executable in your current directory"
@echo ""
@echo " install-global"
@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ help:
@echo "Examples:"
@echo " make help"
@echo " make clean"
@echo " make build"
@echo " make compile"
@echo " sudo make install-global"
@echo " sudo make uninstall-global"
@echo " make install-local"
@ -73,13 +73,13 @@ uninstall-global:
# Installation -----------------------------------------------------------
.PHONY: install-custom
install-custom: build
install-custom: compile
@echo "Moving ./$(program-name) to $(location) ..."
@mv ./$(program-name) $(location)
@echo "Installation complete!"
.PHONY: install-local
install-local: build
install-local: compile
@echo "Making $(directory-local) if it doesn't already exist ..."
@mkdir -p $(directory-local)
@echo "Moving ./$(program-name) to $(directory-local)/$(program-name) ..."
@ -87,12 +87,12 @@ install-local: build
@echo "Installation complete!"
.PHONY: install-global
install-global: build
install-global: compile
@echo "Moving ./$(program-name) to $(directory-global)/$(program-name) ..."
@mv ./$(program-name) $(directory-global)/$(progam-name)
@echo "Installation complete!"
build:
compile:
@echo "Creating a $(directory-source)/$(program-name) executable from $(directory-source)/$(program-source) ..."
@raco exe $(directory-source)/$(program-source)
@echo "Moving $(directory-source)/$(program-name) executable to your current folder ..."

@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ This section assumes you have [downloaded rodo](#downloading-rodo).
### Installing rodo to a custom directory
If you wish to have rodo exist elsewhere on your system, you can also
build a single-file executable. Building a single-file executable
compile a single-file executable. Compiling a single-file executable
allows you to place the executable in convenient places on your
system, such as a directory on your `$PATH`.

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