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1.3.1 Common Targets

A target is something that can be built. Usually it is a specific file (e.g. foo.js), but it can also be a command (also called a phony target). Here are the most common phony targets that may be useful:

all

This is the default target (just type ‘make’). Build the UI and all suppliers. Does not build the Summary Pages, as they are considered to be debugging tools.

summary-html

Build all Summary Pages for programs in suppliers/. This is equivalent to building each suppliers/*.html target manually.

check
test

Run test cases in test/.

standalones

Build JavaScript executables for each program in suppliers/. This is a dependency of ‘summary-html’.

tamed-die
kill-tamed

Kill running tamed for effective user, if any (see Manual Compilation).

clean

Delete all file targets. This may be necessary when upgrading TAME, for example, to rebuild all files using the new version.