Subject: important: make changes
To: None <>
From: Christos Zoulas <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/14/2001 15:55:11
As you might have noticed in the past couple of days, make(1) started
issuing warnings for duplicate commands definitions on a target. I.e.

	echo 1
	echo 2

will now issue a warning that the commands for the second definition
will be ignored.

In order to fix these warnings without having to change a lot of Makefiles
in the tree, I've added a new .if directive where one can check if the
target in question has commands associated with it. So that we can do:

.if !commands(foo)
	echo 2

In order for your make build to succeed, please make sure that you rebuild
make(1) before you install the new rules in /usr/src/share/mk, so that
the commands(<target>) directive gets recognized.