cosmetic Makefile fix
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Wed Jun 4 17:21:38 UTC 2008
On Sat, May 31, 2008 at 08:42:45AM +0200, Denys Vlasenko wrote:
>While testing build system with some scripts I was bitten
>by the cosmetic problem that make is never silent.
>Even if it doesn't build anything, it says
>"make: `conf' is up to date". My scripts were deciding
>that if make says something, it means we see spurious
>I added this TODO for now in top-level Makefile.in:
>extra/config/conf extra/config/mconf: include/bits
># TODO: this results in "make: `conf' is up to date" printed
># on every rebuild, because extra/config/conf is already built
># on previous make run. Make it "test -x $@ || ..." (simple & a bit wrong)
># or "make -q -C extra/config $(notdir $@) || ..." (less readable)?
> $(Q)$(MAKE) -C extra/config $(notdir $@)
>In your opinion, which option would be more appropriate here?
I don't see why we need this dependency in the first place?
Does anybody see why we shouldn't just remove it?
With or without it, we miss one crucial dep anyway:
$ make -j 128
./extra/scripts/conf-header.sh .config > include/bits/uClibc_config.h
In file included from ./ldso/ldso/i386/dl-syscalls.h:3,
./include/sys/syscall.h:32:25: error: bits/sysnum.h: No such file or
I'm looking into this.
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