I have this in makefile:
# find cpp files in subdirectories SOURCES := $(shell find . -name '*.cpp')
So I wanted to make generic
FIND command that behaves correctly on windows and linux:
ifeq ($(OS),Windows_NT) # WINDOWS RM = erase /Q FIND = ??? else # LINUX ifeq ($(shell uname), Linux) RM = rm -f # This is probably wrong too, but I have no idea how to do it right FIND = $(find . -name '$1') endif endif
Of course, I don't even know how to make parametrized find template for linux. But more importantly, I cannot find command to find all files by pattern. Windows has this:
dir * /s/b | findstr \.cpp$
Which is beautiful, but that uses regular expression... How can I port this right, so that find behaves well on both systems? Doesn't makefile have it's own method for finding files?