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Re: advance warning of impending make change



On Fri, Jul 21, 2000 at 07:20:21PM +0200, Marc Espie wrote:
> Specifically, when you say
> make VAR=value

> then VAR=value is supposed to be passed to all submakes that depend on it,
> through the MAKEFLAGS mechanism (e.g., MAKEFLAGS=VAR=value)

> Our make currently does not do that.
> All the code needed for it to take effect has been added to current make.

That change is now active.

As far as I've checked src/ and X11/ are fine.

ports/ may need a few (very few) tweaks, but it's still tracking 2.7 yet.

Gremlins in complex builds *may* come from that change, though I hardly
expect them.

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