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Re: make issue with .SUFFIXES?
In article <859539410.193925.1449994186457.JavaMail.ngmail%webmail19.arcor-online.net@localhost>,
Carsten Kunze <carsten.kunze%arcor.de@localhost> wrote:
>current groff (git) doesn't compile on NetBSD. The groff build
>maintainer had analyzed this and build a minimum test case which shows
>When there is a file "test.1.man" and a makefile:
>.SUFFIXES: .roff .in .ps .mom .pdf .me .ms .ps .html .txt .texi .dvi
>.pdf .xhtml .man .c .cpp .log .o .obj .sed .sin .test .test$(EXEEXT)
> @echo Making $@ from $<
> rm -f $@
> @LC_ALL=C \
> sed -e "s|foo|bar|g" \
> $< >$@
>"make test.1" results in "make: don't know how to make test.1. Stop".
>When ".man" is put to the start of the list it works. It also works
>when the first .SUFFIXES line is removed. Is this a bug (that it
>doesn't work with the makefile above)?
Somehow deleting all suffixes breaks this. Looks like a new bug. Please
file a PR.
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