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Re: Building FILES?

 >> > Also, I think we need to research the reasons for the old behaviour
 >> > before changing it.
 >> If I understand correctly the only purpose of FILES:= at the end of file
 >> is to allow multiple inclusion of, as comment says.
 >> NetBSD's /usr/share/mk/ uses the same approach
 >> as in proposed patch.

> Oh, I think I see.  If I understand correctly, the comment about "This
> file can be included multiple times" is not intended to mean "we have to
> do something fancy to allow our caller to pass different lists of things
> to do each time they include this file"; it's simply intended to mean
> "we need to ensure that nothing happens the second time this file is
> included".  If that's the case, then something a lot like tht patch in
> PR 39715 would make sense.

Nobody objects for very long period of time.
Can you apply that patch?
If it breaks something, this will be detected very soon.

Best regards, Aleksey Cheusov.

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