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RE: compile a bounch of file

Hello Esmaeil,
	I have used Simplescalar a long time back, so my memory is not very up-to-date. If I remember correctly, all you do is to go to the simplesim-2.0 directory and type "make" after you modify an existing file. This should create a new executable. Please refer to these websites for more information (,

	To run a make file, all you do is to type "make" in your command prompt and it should run the makefile. For this command to work, you should have a program called "gmake" installed in your machine. This should come standard with most unix/linux install. If not, your system administrator can help you install it.


Balaji V. Iyer.

-----Original Message-----
From: esmaeil mirzaee [] 
Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2011 6:06 AM
To: gcc
Subject: compile a bounch of file

Apologize in advanced for weak English and interrupt.
I'm new in programming, I did some changes in a bounch of code and now I want to compile it but I have problem and I don't know. How can resolve the problem. some one said to me you must run the makefile!!!!

I've got Simplescalar and I change some part of the cache.c, Now I want compile it and saw the changes I did.

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