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On 30/05/16 12:31, Lee Shallis wrote:
> Yes those single letter ones are shorthand paths defined in a
> separate file, the header variables you mentioned are also defined
> in that same file, here's the snippet from there: ...

Okay.

> As for version that is just all the compile-able targets, in this 
> case it's just:
> 
> version=user test

And which rule, from your original makefile snippet, do you think
should be responsible for building "user" and "test"?

> As for VPATH I'll move onto trying that once I get a working
> makefile for my targets as I'll upload that copy to my github
> repository before experimenting, I can always roll back the changes
> then.

Fair enough; however, I do recommend that you explore VPATH, (and its
more fine-grained cousin, vpath), sooner rather than later.

And finally, please stop top-posting; if you persist in that
antisocial behaviour, I will quickly lose interest in helping you any
further.

- -- 
Regards,
Keith.

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