source: trunk/examples/zoo/Makefile.in @ 6683

Last change on this file since 6683 was 6683, checked in by dkearney, 6 years ago

adding an example of using a loader to allow users to chose an example excel spreadsheet or upload their own. the uploaded file data is stored in the driver.xml. the simulation checks whether the user chose an example excel spreadsheet or uploaded thier own. if the user uploaded their own file, we write it to disk, then parse it using a pandas dataframe and finally load it into a Rappture Curve.

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1bindir          = @bindir@
2datadir         = @datadir@
3datarootdir     = @datarootdir@
4exec_prefix     = @exec_prefix@
5includedir      = @includedir@
6libdir          = @libdir@
7mandir          = @mandir@
8srcdir          = @srcdir@
9prefix          = @prefix@
10
11INSTALL         = @INSTALL@
12INSTALL_DATA    = @INSTALL_DATA@
13VPATH           = $(srcdir)
14RM              = rm -f
15
16examples        = \
17                binary \
18                boolean \
19                choice \
20                curve \
21                drawing \
22                enable \
23                field \
24                group \
25                histogram \
26                image \
27                integer \
28                integer2 \
29                loader \
30                loader2 \
31                log \
32                mesh \
33                multichoice \
34                note \
35                number \
36                number2 \
37                phase \
38                parallelepiped \
39                periodicelement \
40                sequence \
41                string \
42                structure \
43                table 
44
45destdir         = $(prefix)/examples/zoo
46
47.PHONY: all install clean distclean
48
49all:
50        for i in $(examples) ; do \
51          $(MAKE) -C $$i all || exit 1; \
52        done
53
54install:
55        for i in $(examples) ; do \
56          $(MAKE) -C $$i install || exit 1; \
57        done
58
59clean:
60        for i in $(examples) ; do \
61          $(MAKE) -C $$i clean || exit 1; \
62        done
63
64distclean:
65        for i in $(examples) ; do \
66          $(MAKE) -C $$i distclean || exit 1; \
67        done
68        $(RM) Makefile *~
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