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	* sysintf.c:

	#i64572# Assumes that targets without recipe lines have a current time
	stamp after they were made (independent of the actual time stamp of the
	file.

2007-08-18 18:23  vq

	* make.c, sysintf.c:

	#i64572# Make dmake warn if the time stamp of a target is not updated
	after making the target. This warning can be silenced using the
	.SILENT attribute.

2007-08-17 23:21  vq

	* make.c:

	#i10000# Remove unused variable.

2007-08-17 23:16  vq

dmake.exe matches

2007-08-14 13:55  vq

	* make.c:

	#i64572# Revert previous patch.

2007-08-13 11:33  vq

	* make.c:

	#i64572# Make dmake warn if the time stamp of a target is not updated
	after making the target.

2007-08-11 17:23  vq

	* tests/: Makefile.am, Makefile.in, recipes-9:

	#i80598# Add testcase.

2007-08-11 16:52  vq

man/dmake.nc




DMAKE(1)                                                              DMAKE(1)


                   specifying the '+' character at the start of each line of a
                   non-group recipe.

       .UPDATEALL  Indicates that all the targets  listed  in  this  rule  are
                   updated  by  the  execution  of the accompanying recipe.  A
                   common example is the production of the y.tab.c and y.tab.h
                   files  by  yacc  when  it  is run on a grammar.  Specifying
                   .UPDATEALL in such a rule  prevents  the  running  of  yacc
                   twice,  once  for the y.tab.c file and once for the y.tab.h
                   file.  .UPDATEALL targets that are specified  in  a  single
                   rule  are treated as a single target and all timestamps are
                   updated whenever any target in the set is made.  As a side-
                   effect,  dmake  internally  sorts such targets in ascending
                   alphabetical order and the value of $@ is always the  first
                   target in the sorted set.

       .WINPATH    Switch  between default (POSIX) and Windows style path rep-
                   resentation.  (This attribute is specific for cygwin  dmake
                   executables   and   non-cygwin   environments  ignore  this
                   attribute.)

                   Under Cygwin it can be useful  to  generate  Windows  style

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