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Re: automake is confused by its dependencies files

From: Assar Westerlund
Subject: Re: automake is confused by its dependencies files
Date: 29 May 2003 15:32:28 -0400
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Ehud Shabtai <address@hidden> writes:
> My project has some include files which has ':' in its path. I.E. some 
> C source files has #include ":pt:/inc/c.h".
> The automatic dependencies which are generated includes these header files 
> and the ':' of the patch causes automake to think that there are 
> duplicated targets on the same line.
> Is there a way automake can be made aware that these ':' are part of the 
> patch and not a rule?

Does your make support files with colon in them?  If not, removing
the limitation from automake is not going to gain you much.  Disabling
dependency generation (add no-dependencies to AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS) should
make work around it.

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