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Re: %/ in pattern rule doesn't match './'

From: Paul D. Smith
Subject: Re: %/ in pattern rule doesn't match './'
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 20:41:28 -0500

%% gk <address@hidden> writes:

  g> I am using 'find -type d' to get a list of directories, which the
  g> 'find' command precedes with './' I know I could work around my
  g> problem by replacing '.' with $(CURDIR) but I do not understand why
  g> the following pattern rule is not invoked

  g> -include ./

Because make normalizes filenames like "./foo" to just "foo" internally,
so that things like this DTRT:

  bar: foo

        @echo $@

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