Hey superuser, I’m a novice here but stackoverflow has helped me in the past.
I’m writing a bash shell script to generate a makefile (starting small).
echo "\ include \$(GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES)/common.make APP_NAME = $PRODUCT_NAME $PRODUCT_NAME_OBJC_FILES = source.m include \$(GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES)/application.make"\ > GNUmakefile
The environment variable set by the IDE where this is used is $PRODUCT_NAME. Now, bash obviously treats this script as referencing an environment variable $PRODUCT_NAME_OBJC_FILES. I see why, but I don’t know how to get around it. Any pointers?
$PRODUCT_NAME is evaluated as appropriate when the underscore isn’t following immediately afterwards, but the extra space messes things up down the line.