[Build-common-hackers] CFLAGS and implicit rules

Colin Walters walters@verbum.org
Fri, 09 Apr 2004 15:54:45 -0400

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On Fri, 2004-04-09 at 15:23, W. Borgert wrote:

> I don't know, whether this is realistic, but I would like to
> see CDBS as portable as possible.  Reason: I want to/have to
> use a proprietary (aargh!) make program, that is compatible
> with UNIX make, but does not have +=3D nor $<.  Is CDBS pmake
> conformant?

Not even close :)  I think that if you want to target POSIX make, the
only sensible approach is one similar to Automake, which uses a compiler
to generate POSIX make code from a make-like source language.

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