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[bug #36800] False misidentification of '%' as "mixed" target in a singl

From: Serguei Mokhov
Subject: [bug #36800] False misidentification of '%' as "mixed" target in a single target specififcation
Date: Fri, 06 Jul 2012 17:52:36 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #2, bug #36800 (project make):

Hi Paul,

Thanks for the comment and the workaround with $(shell ...). I knew the back
ticks were interpreted at the rule time by the shell and not at the make
variable assignment time, but it only became a problem when I started using
make 3.82; all the makefiles worked properly in the previous years with the
syntax I gave so I never changed it. I of course was confused at first when I
hit this on an seemingly unrelated issue. You are correct about the overnight
builds and other issues; and I will update the makefile code per your

Thanks a lot!



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