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pike.git/src/Makefile.in:1:   # - # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.282 2002/01/27 00:53:58 mast Exp $ + # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.283 2002/01/28 17:43:18 mast Exp $   #      # This line is needed on some machines.   @SET_MAKE@      # Don't change this line. Define EXTRALIBS before this line if you   # wish to add any libraries.   LIBS=@LIBS@ $(EXTRALIBS)      # This is normall the install program in the source directory
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:342:    if $(CC) $(PREFLAGS) $(NOOPTFLAGS) -c $< -o $@ ; then : ; else \    exit $$?; \    fi; \    fi      #   # Please note that this must be accompanied by a dependency rule as   # The .c file will not be created in the SOURCE directory otherwise.   # -Hubbe   # - .cmod.c: precompile.sh-stamp precompile.pike + .cmod.c: precompile.sh-stamp $(TMP_BINDIR)/precompile.pike    ./precompile.sh precompile.pike >"$@" "$<" || { rm "$@"; exit 1; }      # This rule is used for some header files that are generated from the   # source, to avoid excessive rebuilding when the source change in ways   # that doesn't affect the header.   #   # It can cause a .h target to be out-of-date repeatedly, but since it   # runs fast that's not an issue. This technique only works well in   # make's that stat the target again after the rule has run and   # recalculate the dependencies from that. Most make's seems to behave