Makefile Madness

I’ve just completely redone the way the team gets its code to the memory sticks. It’s heavily influenced from the open-source rUNSWift code, who know OPEN-R and Makefiles way better than I. The code is insanely modular which will allow our team to easily port among various platforms, code, and computer configurations.

We now use rsync to more efficiently copy files over, and use Makefiles instead of shell scripts. Moreover, I’ve added a lot more compiling flags to make our analysis of bad code easier.

This takes us a significant step closer to python integration.

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