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.MAKE File Extension

2 file types use the .make file extension.

File Type 1Xcode Makefile Script

DeveloperApple
Popularity
3.0 (6 Votes)
CategoryDeveloper Files
FormatText

What is a MAKE file?

Script written as a Makefile, a developer file type that is used for compiling and linking programs from source code files; stores instructions using the GNU make standard.

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NOTE: Makefiles more commonly are created with the filename Makefile, which does not have a file extension.

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Programs that open MAKE files
Updated 4/16/2012

File Type 2Drush Makefile

DeveloperDrush Make
Popularity
3.0 (2 Votes)
CategorySettings Files
FormatText

.MAKE File Association 2

File used by Drush make, a Drush extension designed for building ready-to-use Drupal websites; saved in a plain text format and contains information required to download and configure a Drupal installation; specifies the version of Drupal required for the website and contains a patch URL for the project if necessary.

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Drush is short for "Drupal Shell." It is a shell extension for Drupal CMS (content management system) software that allows command line administration of Drupal configurations. Drush make is an extension for this shell that reads MAKE files and enables Drupal to be downloaded and configured.

NOTE: The term "Makefile" typically refers to a file named Makefile, which is used to build source code into an executable program. This type of file does not have a file extension.

Programs that open MAKE files
Windows
Drupal
with Drush
Mac
Drupal
with Drush
Linux
Drupal
with Drush
Updated 5/4/2011

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