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pike.git/src/Makefile.in:197:    precompile.sh-stamp \    modules/static_module_makefile \    modules/dynamic_module_makefile \    post_modules/static_module_makefile \    post_modules/dynamic_module_makefile \    propagated_variables \    $(SRCDIR)/language.h \    $(SRCDIR)/interpret_protos.h \    lib @EXTRA_MODULE_REQUIREMENTS@    + PMOD_TARGETS=@PMOD_TARGETS@ +    SRC_TARGETS= \    $(SRCDIR)/language.c \    $(SRCDIR)/language.h \    $(SRCDIR)/interpret_protos.h \    $(SRCDIR)/interpret_functions_fixed.h \    $(SRCDIR)/peep_engine.c \    $(SRCDIR)/case_info.h \    $(SRCDIR)/whitespace.h \ -  $(SRCDIR)/treeopt.h @PMOD_TARGETS@ +  $(SRCDIR)/treeopt.h $(PMOD_TARGETS)         #   # User callable targets   #      # Update the dumped modules, but only if dump_modules has been used earlier.   all: module_objects post_module_objects pike-complete-stamp    @if [ -f dumpversion ]; then \    echo "$(MAKE) $(MAKE_FLAGS) dump_modules"; \
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:493:   .m.o:    @echo "Compiling `echo '$<' | sed -e 's|^$(PIKE_SRC_DIR)/||'`" ; \    rm -f $@.fail >/dev/null 2>&1; \    if $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $$EXTRAFLAGS -fobjc-exceptions -fobjc-gc -c $< -o $@ ; then : ; else \    status=$$?; \    echo "Compilation command was:" >&2;\    echo "$(CC) $(PREFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $$EXTRAFLAGS -fobjc-exceptions -c $< -o $@" >&2 ;\    exit $$status; \    fi    + $(PMOD_TARGETS): precompile.sh-stamp $(TMP_BINDIR)/precompile.pike $(PIKE_SRC_DIR)/../lib/modules/Tools.pmod/Standalone.pmod/precompile.pike Makefile +    #   # 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 $(TMP_BINDIR)/precompile.pike + .cmod.c:    ./precompile.sh --cache precompile.pike $(PRECOMPILER_ARGS) >"$@" "$<" || { rm "$@"; exit 1; }      # The same applies to this.   .symlist.c: precompile.sh-stamp $(SRCDIR)/mklibpike.pike    ./precompile.sh --cache $(SRCDIR)/mklibpike.pike -I. -I "$(SRCDIR)" -S "$<" -o "$@" || { 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.   #