A GNU tool which simplifies the build process for users.
A GNU tool for controlling the generation of executables and other
non-source files of a program from the program's source files. Make
allows users to build and install packages without any significant
knowledge about the details of the build process. The details about
how the program should be built are provided for make in the program's
The GNU make tool should be installed on your system because it is
commonly used to simplify the process of installing programs.
This directory contains the 3.81 release of GNU Make.
See the file NEWS for the user-visible changes from previous releases.
In addition, there have been bugs fixed.
Please check the system-specific notes below for any caveats related to
your operating system.
For general building and installation instructions, see the file INSTALL.
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manual, which is contained in this distribution as the file doc/make.texi.
See the README file and the GNU make manual for instructions for
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make - GNU make utility to maintain groups of programs
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