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Topic review - How to use $variable in conditional sentences?
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Post subject: How to use $variable in conditional sentences?  |  Post Posted: Wed May 17, 2017 4:01 am
Hello all

I am doing a Makefile but I can't return the value of $var to use it in conditional sentences:

Code:
#!/bin/sh

GO=$(shell) go
GOPATH=$(GO) env GOPATH

make:
    @$(GOPATH)
    @if [ ! -d "$(GOPATH)/bin" ]; then mkdir -p "$(GOPATH)/bin" ; fi


When I type "make", @$GOPATH returns
Code:
/home/icvallejo/go
so it's ok, but after, I don't know how to use it (I can't do it) with 'if' condition, make returns this:

Code:
if [ ! -d " go env GOPATH/bin" ] ; then mkdir -p " go env GOPATH/bin" ; fi


Can you help me please?
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