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From p..@apache.org
Subject Re: os-windows/3606: makefile.nt needs to use $(<variable>) instead of %<variable>%
Date Fri, 05 Feb 1999 10:02:55 GMT
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Synopsis: makefile.nt needs to use $(<variable>) instead of %<variable>%

State-Changed-From-To: closed-feedback
State-Changed-By: pcs
State-Changed-When: Fri Feb  5 02:02:52 PST 1999
Yes, it would be nicer to use a single makefile
for NT and Windows 95. However I am not sure how to
do it. We need to be able to select between a Debug
and Release build by target name, and you cannot
set Make macros within targets. How do you suggest
we use $(...) macros to make this change?

I've reopened this PR to the "feedback" state.

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