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courses:mapreduce-tutorial:step-21 [2012/01/30 15:34]
majlis
courses:mapreduce-tutorial:step-21 [2012/01/31 11:18] (current)
straka
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   - Create a ''​Makefile''​ containing <file Makefile Makefile>​include /​net/​projects/​hadoop/​java/​Makefile</​file>​   - Create a ''​Makefile''​ containing <file Makefile Makefile>​include /​net/​projects/​hadoop/​java/​Makefile</​file>​
  
-When typing ''​make'',​ every Java file is compiled (with the Hadoop library and some extra classes) to a jar file. It is of course possible to compile just selected sources using ''​make file1.jar file2.jar''​.+===== Compiling ===== 
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 +When typing ''​make'',​ every Java file is compiled (with the Hadoop library and some extra classes) to a jar file. It is of course possible to compile just selected sources using
 +  ​make ClassName1.jar ClassName2.jar 
 +or  
 +  make -f /​net/​projects/​hadoop/​java/​Makefile ClassName1.jar
  
 Command ''​make clean''​ remove for every Java file its jar file and subdirectory with compiled classes. Command ''​make clean''​ remove for every Java file its jar file and subdirectory with compiled classes.
  
 ===== Exercise ===== ===== Exercise =====
-Create a directory and a ''​Makefile''​ as described and download {{:​courses:​mapreduce-tutorial:​step-21.txt|WordCount.java}}. Try compiling it using ''​make''​.+Create a directory and a ''​Makefile''​ as described and download {{:​courses:​mapreduce-tutorial:​step-21.txt|CompileTest.java}}. Try compiling it using ''​make''​.
  
 ===== Using VIM ===== ===== Using VIM =====
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   * Key F8 opens a //taglist// -- small window with classes, fields and functions in the current file.   * Key F8 opens a //taglist// -- small window with classes, fields and functions in the current file.
   * Pressing ''​\\''​ comments/​uncomments current (or selected) line.   * Pressing ''​\\''​ comments/​uncomments current (or selected) line.
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