2019-01-06 20:04



I'm looking for a way to basically iterate over a list of architectures and build unique ones using make. For example, I have a variable containing all the architectures, and a static target currently.

Below is the (simplified) logic I have.

ALL_ARCHES=amd64 arm arm64  
VERSION=$(shell git symbolic-ref --short HEAD)-$(shell git rev-parse --short HEAD)

cmd/mything/mything: cmd/mything/*.go
            CGO_ENABLED=0 GOOS=linux GOARCH=amd64 go build -ldflags "-X main.version=$(VERSION)" -o $@ cmd/mything/*.go

I basically want to replace GOARCH=amd64 by iterating over the ALL_ARCHES variable, creating a unique binary that represents the given architecture.

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  • dqhsv0147421 dqhsv0147421 2年前

    Assuming you accept to name your binaries cmd/mything/mything-ARCH, where ARCH is the target architecture, you could try:

    ALL_ARCHES := amd64 arm arm64   
    VERSION    := $(shell git symbolic-ref --short HEAD)-$(shell git rev-parse --short HEAD)
    .PHONY: all
    all: $(addprefix cmd/mything/mything-,$(ALL_ARCHES))
    cmd/mything/mything-%: cmd/mything/*.go
        CGO_ENABLED=0 GOOS=linux GOARCH=$* go build -ldflags "-X main.version=$(VERSION)" -o $@ $^

    $* is the automatic variable that expands as the stem of the target name in a pattern rule.

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