CHICKEN-DO(1) BSD General Commands Manual CHICKEN-DO(1)
chicken-do — run a shell command unless the target exists and any dependency is not newer than the target
chicken-do [−q] [−h] [−−] TARGET ... : DEPENDENCY ... : COMMAND ...
If the files TARGET ... do not exist, or if any of the files in DEPENDENCY ... are newer than one of the target files, then execute the shell commands in COMMAND ....
The program accepts the following options:
Show usage and exit.
Quiet operation - do not print shell commands when they are executed.
Treat all following tokens as target filenames, even if they begin with a − character.
The chicken-do utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.
Build a C program from sources:
$ chicken-do prg: prg.c inc.h: gcc prg.c -o prg
chicken(1), chicken-status(1), chicken-install(1), chicken-uninstall(1), csc(1)
More information can be found in the CHICKEN User’s Manual: http://wiki.call-cc.org/manual/index
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