This is the command amr that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
amr — automake replacement
AMR allows you to autogenerate sample/final Makefiles. This allows you to maintain all the
makefiles of your project in a simple and centralized way. You'll probably need to use AMR
for the initial port to acr for you applications.
AMR is on early and experimental stage. So you'll probably find a lot of problems, bugs and
missfeatures. Please feel free to documentate, and send patches and ideas for it.
AMR allows you to create different kind autogenerated ACR files: configure.amr,
-a Scan source code files recursively from the current directory and generates a
configure.amr. Is recommended to run this command for each directory where you have
source files. (acr -d)
-c Parses the configure.amr and prints out a sample configure.acr.
-d Reads the configure.amr and prints the directories where you'll need to run amr. You
can easily automatize this process in autogen.sh
-m Parses configure.amr to generate the Makefile.acr
-s Generate shellscripts instead of Makefiles.
-r Show report.
-h Show help message.
-v Prints the version number of AMR.
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