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Re: How to include condition in Makefile.am so it gets propagated to Mak
Re: How to include condition in Makefile.am so it gets propagated to Makefile.in?
Mon, 13 Feb 2006 16:40:32 +0100
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Daniel Kabs wrote:
about how to include a conditional, e.g.
MAKEFLAGS = -k
Just found out that make knows "Target-specific Variable Values"
(see manual rev 3.80, paragraph 6.10)
So in this very special case, you can rewrite the conditional as:
help: MAKEFLAGS = -k
This has to be written on it's onw line separate from the already
existing "help" target.
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