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The make command

A simple make command specifies the variant, as follows:

make V=

This command builds the all target for the specified variant. The variant specifies the target, such as ADS 1.2. If the variant is not specified, the default variant is built.

If the target, or default target, is not an everything target, the default variant is the first value of the EVERY_V variable. For Windows platforms, this is Win32_Debug, for Linux platforms, this is linux_debug, etc.

The following command specifies the variant and the goal (the target to be built):

make V=RVCT22arm9_Debug install