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From Marc Slemko <ma...@znep.com>
Subject dependencies and subdirectories
Date Mon, 07 Apr 1997 05:15:15 GMT
On freebsd, using both BSD make and GNU make they just don't work.

marcs@alive:~/archive/apache/apache/src$ make
marcs@alive:~/archive/apache/apache/src$ touch modules/proxy/proxy_ftp.c
marcs@alive:~/archive/apache/apache/src$ make
marcs@alive:~/archive/apache/apache/src$ make -v

the problem appears to be that make doesn't like targets with '/'s in
them.  If I escape all the '/'s with '\'s, it works better, although it
still rebuilds libproxy.a each time but that is the proxy/Makefile doing
that.  

I'm wondering if the best solution is perhaps to just change the way the
targets are named so none of them have a '/' in them?  Probably not worth
worrying about before 1.2, since it could be a portability pain to fix.


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