The NetBSD make(1) tool
bmake, the NetBSD make(1) tool, is a program designed to simplify the
maintenance of other programs. The input of bmake is a list of specifications
indicating the files upon which the targets (programs and other files) depend.
bmake then detects which targets are out of date based on their dependencies
and triggers the necessary commands to bring them up to date when that happens.
bmake is similar to GNU make, even though the syntax for the advanced features
supported in Makefiles is very different.
This directory contains a port of the BSD make tool (from NetBSD)
I have run it on SunOS,Solaris,HP-UX,AIX,IRIX,FreeBSD and Linux.
Version 3 was re-worked from scratch to better facilitate
importing newer make(1) versions from NetBSD. The original code base
was NetBSD-1.0, so version 3 was built by doing a fresh import of the
NetBSD-1.0 usr.bin/make, adding the autoconf and othe
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2011-10-10 Simon J. Gerraty <email@example.com>
* Makefile.in (MAKE_VERSION): bump version to 20111010
2011-10-09 Simon J. Gerraty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* boot-strap: check for an expected file in the dirs we look for.
* make-bootstrap.sh: pass on LDSTATIC
2011-10-01 Simon J. Gerraty <email@example.com>
* Makefile.in (MAKE_VERSION): bump version to 20111001
Merge with NetBSD ma
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