Subject: Re: make depend. a good idea, but is it the law?
To: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 01/23/2000 14:36:42
In message <200001232023.OAA03042@guild.plethora.net>Peter Seebach writes
>In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Chris G. Demetriou writes:
>>Point me to the problems, and i'll be glad to file some bug reports.
>>or, do them yourself if you want.
>I seem to recall this happened with the kerberos error message table compilers
>or something like that.
I'd guess cross-compile support would have fixed this one, en-passant.
Perhaps not though.
I'm with CGD on this one: the Makefiles should work without requiring
a `make depend' On slow machines, its a real win to fix minor localized
glitches and restart a make without rerunning the depend step.
Was there a consensus to make this change, or did someone
just do it by fiat?