jmichael_ll at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 29 21:03:59 CEST 2012
> > From: Prof A Olowofoyeku
> > This is what is in the release tarball:
> > 'pascal.install: pascal.install-normal pascal.install-compiler; @true'
> > This is what is in the git version:
> > 'pascal.install: pascal.install-normal pascal.install-compiler
> > echo "pascal.install done" ; @true'
Which version of the make rule gave you "@true -- command not found"?
If it's the git version, with "echo ; @true" as a make recipe line,
I think the problem is that when the command was moved from the end
of the prerequisites list to its own line, and the "echo" command was
inserted, the "echo" command was inserted wrongly. The at-sign is a
make feature, and belongs at the beginning of the make recipe line:
a: b ; @true
@echo something ; true
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