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pike.git/src/Makefile.in:1:   # - # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.288 2002/03/09 16:17:00 nilsson Exp $ + # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.289 2002/03/09 16:45:22 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:312:    $${args:- --log-file --update-only=dumpversion --report-failed} \    --recursive --target-dir=lib "$(LIBDIR_SRC)/modules"      .SUFFIXES: .c .h .o .cmod .pp .pph .protos .h_src      .c.pp:    $(CPP) $(PREFLAGS) -DPMOD_EXPORT=PMOD_EXPORT \    -DPMOD_PROTO=PMOD_PROTO "$<" >"$@"      .c.protos: precompile.sh-stamp -  ./precompile.sh fake_dynamic_load.pike >"$@" --cpp --protos \ +  ./precompile.sh --cache fake_dynamic_load.pike >"$@" --cpp --protos \    $(CPP) $(PREFLAGS) -DPMOD_EXPORT=PMOD_EXPORT \    -DPMOD_PROTO=PMOD_PROTO -DPIKE_PRECOMPILER=1 "$<" || \    { rm "$@"; exit 1; }      .h.pph:    $(CPP) $(PREFLAGS) -DPMOD_EXPORT=PMOD_EXPORT \    -DPMOD_PROTO=PMOD_PROTO "$<" >"$@"         # Several optimizers have problems with interpret.c
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:347:    exit $$?; \    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 $(TMP_BINDIR)/precompile.pike -  ./precompile.sh precompile.pike >"$@" "$<" || { rm "$@"; exit 1; } +  ./precompile.sh --cache 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   #   # It can cause a .h target to be out-of-date repeatedly, but since it   # runs fast that's not an issue.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   # like that.
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:715:    ( cd $(SRCDIR) &&\    $(YACC) $(YFLAGS) language.yacc &&\    sed -e 's/YY_COUNT_TYPE/@YY_COUNT_TYPE@/' <y.tab.c >language.c &&\    mv y.tab.h language.h_src && rm y.tab.c)      $(SRCDIR)/language.c: $(SRCDIR)/language.h_src    touch $(SRCDIR)/language.c         interpret_functions_fixed.h: $(SRCDIR)/interpret_functions.h precompile.sh-stamp -  ./precompile.sh make_interpret_functions.pike >"$@" "$(SRCDIR)/interpret_functions.h" || { rm "$@"; exit 1; } +  ./precompile.sh --cache make_interpret_functions.pike >"$@" "$(SRCDIR)/interpret_functions.h" || { rm "$@"; exit 1; }      # UnixWare make needs help to find the source file...   builtin.o: $(SRCDIR)/builtin.c      iterators.o: $(SRCDIR)/iterators.c      backend.o: $(SRCDIR)/backend.c      # Internal testing target   run_yacc: $(SRCDIR)/language.c