There is a directory called "src" which includes the source files. When I'm running make, I will get a compilation error about having to first create modules before using them. If I do create them manually, then I will be able to use "Make" and it will work then it will work. Is there a way to automatically create them?
Thanks for the time you took to review my question.
You're using a C compiler to compile your C++20 code
Actually, GCC can compile C++ code (file with the extension ".cc", ".cxx", ".cpp") and it will behave just like G++ without including the C++ library and the exceptions library (I don't know how it is called). I saw that somewhere and I don't need these in my project so GCC is fine for me
The "LDFLAGS" variable is it supposed to get defined and used inside the Makefile or is it common that people define it outside the Makefile? If the first thing is the case, I think that I can skip it
INSTALL_DIR should be renamed to PREFIX and initialized with
That's sweet, thanks!!
As you have pointed out things that have nothing to do with me problem but you checked them anyway (big thanks), you may also noticed that the "DEBUG_FLAGS" and "RELEASE" flags won't get used because the are only used in the link stage. I have noticed that but the problem with the modules is my first priority so I will fix them once I'm done with that.