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pike.git/src/Makefile.in:1:   # - # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.318 2002/08/03 03:28:46 nilsson Exp $ + # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.319 2002/08/20 08:23:41 grubba 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:827:    arb=29; while test $$arb != 0; do arb=`expr $$arb - 1`; done; \    done;)    CONFIG_FILES=precompile.sh CONFIG_HEADERS="" ./config.status || \    (EXITCODE=$$?; rm cfl.$@; exit $$EXITCODE)    -@rm cfl.$@      # A dependency on precompile.sh-stamp only ensures that precompile.sh   # exists, not that it's older than the target. In source dists,   # precompile.sh is almost always newer than the targets that depend on   # it, e.g. builtin.c that comes with the dist. + # + # The date stamp used to be 0103000070, but that seems to confuse some + # recent OS's, that haven't heard of the 70's...   precompile.sh-stamp: precompile.sh -  @touch 0103000070 precompile.sh-stamp +  @touch 0101010185 precompile.sh-stamp      $(SRCDIR)/machine.h.in: $(SRCDIR)/stamp-h.in    @if test -f $(SRCDIR)/machine.h.in; then :; else \    rm $(SRCDIR)/stamp-h.in; $(MAKE) $(SRCDIR)/stamp-h.in; \    fi      $(SRCDIR)/stamp-h.in: $(SRCDIR)/configure.in $(SRCDIR)/acconfig.h    cd $(SRCDIR) && autoheader    echo foo > $(SRCDIR)/stamp-h.in