Hi, I am falling in love with Atom, but that’s off topic.
Do any of the makefile / build packages support a project where there is more than one Makefile (for multiple components)? So far I’ve tried build, build-tools and makro.
Here is the big picture:
I’m working on three different platforms, using c/c++ (arduino, ios) and coffeescript+node.js on the Pi. I’d like to not split the project into three by platform. And that doesn’t help in the case of arduino, where there in addition to the app source, there are multiple test / prototype programs that I make need to build and upload to the board to diagnose problems.
Any direction would be helpful, I’m not afraid to get in there and do some coding. I have quite a bit of experience writing coffeescript and node.js apps. If none of the packages have this feature, which would be easiest to add it too?
What I had in mind as a simple hack to makro was to make it look backwards from the path of the current file open in the editor, find the first Makefile … and done. But I’d really like to get the colorized output and clickable errors that build and build-tools offer.