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pike.git/src/Makefile.in:1:   # - # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.447 2006/08/03 23:38:56 mast Exp $ + # $Id: Makefile.in,v 1.448 2006/08/04 00:48:07 mast Exp $   #      # This line is needed on some machines.   @SET_MAKE@      # Pike embed target, either libpike.so or libpike.a.   PIKE_LIB=@PIKE_LIB@      # Don't change this line. Define EXTRALIBS before this line if you   # wish to add any libraries.
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:99:   CFLAGS=$(PREFLAGS) $(OTHERFLAGS)      SMARTLINK=@SMARTLINK@   REALCC=@REALCC@   CC=@CC@   CPP=@CPP@   GDB=gdb      CANDLE=@CANDLE@ -nologo   LIGHT=@LIGHT@ -nologo + RCEXE=@RCEXE@      FALLBACK_CC=@FALLBACK_CC@      AR=@AR@      LD=@LD@   LDFLAGS=@LDFLAGS@ @LINKFORSHARED@ $(EXTRALDFLAGS)   LDSHARED=@LDSHARED@      DEFAULT_RUNPIKE=$(TMP_BUILDDIR)/pike -DNOT_INSTALLED -DPRECOMPILED_SEARCH_MORE -m$(TMP_BUILDDIR)/master.pike $(PIKEOPTS)
pike.git/src/Makefile.in:322:   # 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 --enable-dll is used on   # NT. This only happens if dynamic modules are enabled. - pike pike.lib: main.o $(OBJ) master-stamp pike.syms modules/linker_options @STATIC_POST_MODULES_LINKOPTS@ + pike 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 $(OBJ) \    `cat modules/linker_options @STATIC_POST_MODULES_LINKOPTS@` \ -  $(LIBS) -o pike +  $(LIBS) @PIKE_ICON_RES@ -o pike    @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   # global structs. That should probably be fixed in them so that dumped   # modules aren't link order dependent.    if [ -f dumpversion ]; then $(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:570:   Pike.msi: Pike.wixobj Pike_ui.wixobj Pike_module.msm Pike_banner.bmp UpFldrBtn.ibd NewFldrBtn.ibd    @test -d cab_cache || mkdir cab_cache    @if test -f Pike.msi; then rm Pike.msi; else :; fi # Paranoia    $(LIGHT) Pike.wixobj Pike_ui.wixobj -o Pike.msi -cc cab_cache      wix: Pike.msi      force :    @:    + pike.ico: $(PACKAGINGDIR)/windows/pike.ico +  cp "$<" "$@" +  + pike_icon.rc: Makefile +  echo 'pike ICON pike.ico' > pike_icon.rc +  + pike_icon.res: pike_icon.rc pike.ico +  $(RCEXE) pike_icon.rc +    # install   install: pike-complete-stamp tools    @$(RUNPIKE) $(TMP_BINDIR)/install.pike \    exec_prefix="$(exec_prefix)" lib_prefix="$(lib_prefix)" \    TMP_LIBDIR="$(TMP_LIBDIR)" LIBDIR_SRC="$(LIBDIR_SRC)" \    SRCDIR="$(SRCDIR)" prefix="$(prefix)" DOCDIR_SRC="$(DOCDIR_SRC)" \    MANDIR_SRC="$(MANDIR_SRC)" \    man_prefix="$(man_prefix)" pike_name=$(pike_name) \    fakeroot="$(buildroot)" PIKE_MODULE_RELOC="$(PIKE_MODULE_RELOC)" \    $(INSTALLARGS)