A tool which generates Makefiles from a template, a set of cpp macros, and a per-directory input file called an Imakefile. This allows machine dependencies (such has compiler options, alternate command names, and special make rules) to be kept separate from the descriptions of the various items to be built.
imake is distributed with, and used extensively by, the X Window System.
[ih-mahm] /ɪˈmɑm/ noun, Islam. 1. the officiating priest of a mosque. 2. the title for a Muslim religious leader or chief. 3. one of a succession of seven or twelve religious leaders, believed to be divinely inspired, of the Shiʿites. /ɪˈmɑːm/ noun (Islam) 1. a leader of congregational prayer in a mosque 2. a caliph, […]
[ih-mah-meyt] /ɪˈmɑ meɪt/ noun 1. the office of an . 2. the region or territory governed by an . /ɪˈmɑːmeɪt/ noun (Islam) 1. the region or territory governed by an imam 2. the office, rank, or period of office of an imam
[ih-mahm-bah-rah] /ɪˌmɑmˈbɑ rɑ/ noun, Islam. (in India) 1. a building, rooms, etc., used by Shiʿites for ceremonies, especially during the first 10 days of Muharram. 2. a large tomb.
[ih-mah-mahyt] /ɪˈmɑ maɪt/ noun, Islam. 1. a member of the principal sect of Shiʿah, believing in a succession of twelve divinely inspired , beginning with Ali and ending with Muhammad al-Muntazar (d. a.d. c880), who supposedly retired to a cave, later to return as the Mahdi.