How to create Makefile targets with dynamic parameters and autocompletion - Make

Make is one of the oldest build automation tools ever (the original Make was created in 1976!). And since then, it got many implementations as BSD make, GNU make, and Microsoft nmake. It uses a declarative syntax, and sometimes that's the best and worst thing about it!

You probably used Make at least once. It's widely adopted in the tech industry, or as someone said, "Make is the second best tool to automate anything!". ๐Ÿ˜„️


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Hello, my name is Ahmed AbouZaid and this is my "lite" technical blog!

I'm a passionate DevOps engineer, Cloud/Kubernetes specialist, Free/Open source geek, and an author.

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