Subject: Re: make debugging question
To: Erich T. Enke <Erich.T.Enke@wheaton.edu>
From: Oleg Polyanski <email@example.com>
Date: 07/18/2000 18:36:05
"Erich T. Enke" <Erich.T.Enke@wheaton.edu> writes:
> On 18 Jul 2000, Oleg Polyanski wrote:
> > Do not use GNU make when building package, use native make
> > (/usr/bin/make). I guess you have /usr/pkg/bin or /usr/local/bin
> > before /usr/bin in PATH.
> I am using native make and in fact just compiled a more recent one
> (1.5_ALPHA branch) just to see if the make was problems. No
> difference. I'm cvs updating right now to try again.
> As to the path, /usr/bin is before the other two.
Oops, sorry. I misunderstood the problem - the situation I meant is
completely different. Try to play with `make -dd', it prints some
useful information including full paths to found Makefiles.