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Tue, 15 Nov 2011 09:25:37 +0100
is it possible to override a rule without getting the "overriding recipe"
Some background on why I need that:
I'm having a generic Makefile that includes a User.mk to allow user specific
through variables and rules. The surrounding Makefile basically takes care to
multi-architecture builds as described in
In this approach make reexecutes itself from a different directory, allowing to
the objects apart from the soures. My problem is that I need to see (some of)
variables in User.mk in both of these instances of make, but I need to ignore
rules in the initial make instance, allowing that they are only executed in the
invocation of make, i.e. when being in the right directory.
- overriding recipe,
Warlich, Christof <=