I want to make an alias in my .bashrc or .bashrc_aliases file (probably the latter). Specifically, I want to call the clang command for my *.c file I'm writing. What I'm looking for is best summed up if I provide an example:
I have program1.c written I want to be able to type (in the terminal) "compile program1", and something like the following should be actually run:
clang -ggdb -std=c99 -Wall -Werror program1.c -lcrypt -lcs50 -lm -o program1
For those who have taken Harvard's CS50 class, you will recognize this as their "make" command. So if the above is impossible, and you know another way to make this happen, I'm all ears. I'm trying to avoid using their VM, as my netbook isn't really up to par to handle a VM.