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Re: Make: Can implicit rules be forced to make non-existing prerequisite
Re: Make: Can implicit rules be forced to make non-existing prerequisites?
Mon, 07 Aug 2006 20:29:34 +0200
Pan/0.14.2 (This is not a psychotic episode. It's a cleansing moment of clarity.)
"Jan T. Kim" <address@hidden> wrote:
> .PHONY : install uninstall check clean $(RPRACKS) $(RPACKS_INSTALL)
> Obviously, make handles the explicit jtkstuff-install rule differently
> from the implicit %-install rule in that it does execute the commands
> for the former while it considers the implicitly specified target
> xpipe-install to be remade without actually doing anything.
> Is there any way to change this behaviour?
Try to remove $(RPRACKS) from the .PHONY line like this:
.PHONY : install uninstall check clean $(RPACKS_INSTALL)
It seems as if phony targets does not work in implicit rules.
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