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target-specific rules and solaris make?

From: Assar Westerlund
Subject: target-specific rules and solaris make?
Date: 03 Sep 2001 00:10:41 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.070098 (Pterodactyl Gnus v0.98) Emacs/20.6

Hi, I found the following issue when trying to use target-specific
rules with gnu make.  My patch seems to fix the problem for me, but I
would like somebody to tell me if this is reasonable, and if it can be
fixed, or if I should rather send this to -bugs or add a bug in gnats
(gnats haven't been friendly to me the last few times I've tried to
use it).

The problem is that automake will generate rules such as this:

foo_test-foo-test.$(OBJEXT): foo-test.c
        $(CC) $(DEFS) $(INCLUDES) $(AM_CPPFLAGS) $(CPPFLAGS) $(foo_test_CFLAGS) 
$(CFLAGS) -c -o foo_test-foo-test.$(OBJEXT) `test -f foo-test.c || echo 

and since there's a foo-test.c file in the source directory, solaris
make will expand all mentions of this in the command to
$(srcdir)/foo-test.c, so the test-thing fails completely.  I
`fixed' this by using ./ as a prefix.

Any comments?


RCS file: /cvs/automake/automake/lib/am/,v
retrieving revision 1.39
diff -u -w -u -w -r1.39
---  2001/05/14 09:39:24     1.39
+++  2001/09/02 22:10:32
@@ -37,8 +37,8 @@
        depfile='$(DEPDIR)/%BASE%.Po' tmpdepfile='$(DEPDIR)/%BASE%.TPo' 
        $(%FPFX%DEPMODE) $(depcomp) @AMDEPBACKSLASH@
 endif %AMDEP%
-?-o?   %COMPILE% %-c% %-o% %OBJ% `test -f %SOURCE% || echo 
-?!-o?  %COMPILE% %-c% `test -f %SOURCE% || echo '$(srcdir)/'`%SOURCE%
+?-o?   %COMPILE% %-c% %-o% %OBJ% `test -f ./%SOURCE% || echo 
+?!-o?  %COMPILE% %-c% `test -f ./%SOURCE% || echo '$(srcdir)/'`%SOURCE%
@@ -59,5 +59,5 @@
        $(%FPFX%DEPMODE) $(depcomp) @AMDEPBACKSLASH@
 endif  %AMDEP%
 ## We can always use `-o' with Libtool.
-       %LTCOMPILE% %-c% -o %LTOBJ% `test -f %SOURCE% || echo 
+       %LTCOMPILE% %-c% -o %LTOBJ% `test -f ./%SOURCE% || echo 
 endif %?LIBTOOL%

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