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pike.git/src/Makefile.in:344:    $(AR) cq libpike.a $(OBJ)    -@RANLIB@ libpike.a      # tpike is only used when dynamic modules aren't. It's a pike with no   # post modules linked in which is used during building of the post   # modules.   tpike-real: main.o $(CORE_OBJ) tmodule.o modules/linker_options    -@rm -f tpike tpike.exe    $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) main.o $(CORE_OBJ) tmodule.o \    `cat modules/linker_options` \ -  $(LIBS) -o tpike +  $(LIBS) -o tpike@EXEEXT@      # Only want tpike to exist for use with $(RUNPIKE) in the modules. We   # don't want to require it actually being up-to-date. - tpike: master-stamp + tpike@EXEEXT@: master-stamp    $(MAKE) $(MAKE_FLAGS) $(MAKE_PARALLEL) tpike-real      # If we build without dynamic modules then tpike is built first with   # all modules under modules/ linked into it, then tpike is used for   # post_modules source targets, and then pike is linked with both   # modules/ and post_modules/.   #   # If we build with dynamic modules then pike is built first with the   # few always-static modules under modules/, then the dynamic modules   # under modules/ are built, then pike is used for post_modules source   # targets, and then all modules under post_modules/ are built   # dynamically.   #   # This means that a post_module can't be always-static and can't add   # stuff to the pike linkage using LINKER_OPTIONS.   #   # @LDSHARED_BASE_REQS@ expands to pike.lib if dynamic DLL modules are   # used on NT. - pike pike.lib: main.o $(OBJ) master-stamp pike.syms modules/linker_options @STATIC_POST_MODULES_LINKOPTS@ @PIKE_ICON_RES@ + pike@EXEEXT@ pike.lib: main.o $(OBJ) master-stamp pike.syms modules/linker_options @STATIC_POST_MODULES_LINKOPTS@ @PIKE_ICON_RES@    -@if [ -f pike.old.exe ] ; then rm -f pike.old.exe || : ; else : ; fi    -@if [ -f pike.old ] ; then rm -f pike.old || : ; else : ; fi    -@if [ -f pike.exe ] ; then mv pike.exe pike.old.exe || : ; else : ; fi    -@if [ -f pike ] ; then mv pike pike.old || : ; else : ; fi - # $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) main.o @DLOPEN_O@ -o pike + # $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) main.o @DLOPEN_O@ -o pike@EXEXT@    $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) main.o $(OBJ) \    `cat modules/linker_options @STATIC_POST_MODULES_LINKOPTS@` \ -  $(LIBS) @PIKE_ICON_RES@ -o pike +  $(LIBS) @PIKE_ICON_RES@ -o pike@EXEEXT@    @MT_FIX_PIKE_EXE@   # The dumped modules are removed whenever Pike is relinked since some - # of the bytecode methods (e.g. ia32) stores absolute addresses to + # of the bytecode methods (e.g. ia32) store absolute addresses to   # global structs. That should probably be fixed in them so that dumped   # modules aren't link order dependent.    @if [ -f dumpversion ]; then \    echo "$(MAKE) $(MAKE_FLAGS) delete_dumped_modules"; \    $(MAKE) $(MAKE_FLAGS) delete_dumped_modules; \    else :; fi      # gcov   gcov:    @for f in `cd "$(SRCDIR)" && find . -type f -name '*.c' -print`; do \
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:781:      # Testsuite for dynamic loading debugging   test_dlopen: dynloadtest.sh    sh ./dynloadtest.sh      dynloadtest.sh: $(SRCDIR)/test_dynamic_loading.in    m4 "$(SRCDIR)/test_dynamic_loading.in" >"$@"      dynloadtest.c: dynamic_load.c    - dynloadtest: dynloadtest.o @EXTRA_OBJS@ fdlib.o port.o -  $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) dynloadtest.o @EXTRA_OBJS@ fdlib.o port.o $(LIBS) -o dynloadtest + dynloadtest@EXEEXT@: dynloadtest.o @EXTRA_OBJS@ fdlib.o port.o +  $(LD) $(LDFLAGS) dynloadtest.o @EXTRA_OBJS@ fdlib.o port.o $(LIBS) -o $@         tinstall: master-stamp    -rm -rf test-install    $(RUNPIKE) $(TMP_BINDIR)/install.pike \    `test -f autodoc.xml || echo --no-autodoc` \    lib_prefix="$(lib_prefix)" \    TMP_LIBDIR="$(TMP_LIBDIR)" LIBDIR_SRC="$(LIBDIR_SRC)" \    SRCDIR="$(SRCDIR)" DOCDIR_SRC="$(DOCDIR_SRC)" \    MANDIR_SRC="$(MANDIR_SRC)" \