Category : Linux Files
Archive   : GMKPATLX.ZIP
Filename : GNU-MAKE.PAT

 
Output of file : GNU-MAKE.PAT contained in archive : GMKPATLX.ZIP
diff -cb make-3.62/Makefile mtm/Makefile
*** make-3.62/Makefile Wed Oct 30 02:04:26 1991
--- mtm/Makefile Sun Aug 30 02:01:19 1992
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*** 19,26 ****
# Makefile for GNU Make
#

! CFLAGS = $(defines) -g
! LDFLAGS = -g

# Define these for your system as follows:
# -DUSG System V
--- 19,26 ----
# Makefile for GNU Make
#

! CFLAGS = -O $(defines)
! LDFLAGS =

# Define these for your system as follows:
# -DUSG System V
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*** 38,44 ****
# without complaint but produce losing code,
# so beware.
# NeXT 1.0a uses an old version of GCC, which required -D__inline=inline.
! defines =

# Define these for your system as follows:
# -DUMAX Encore UMAX
--- 38,44 ----
# without complaint but produce losing code,
# so beware.
# NeXT 1.0a uses an old version of GCC, which required -D__inline=inline.
! defines = -DUSG -DUSGr3 -DPOSIX -DNO_FLOAT -DSIGCLD=SIGCHLD

# Define these for your system as follows:
# -DUMAX Encore UMAX
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*** 52,58 ****
# Define:
# -DNLIST_NAME_UNION If `struct nlist' has a n_un member.
# -DNLIST_NAME_ARRAY If `n_name' is an array.
! LOAD_AVG =

# If you don't want archive support, comment these out.
ARCHIVES = arscan.o ar.o
--- 52,58 ----
# Define:
# -DNLIST_NAME_UNION If `struct nlist' has a n_un member.
# -DNLIST_NAME_ARRAY If `n_name' is an array.
! LOAD_AVG = -DNO_LDAV

# If you don't want archive support, comment these out.
ARCHIVES = arscan.o ar.o
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*** 80,95 ****
# Comment this out if POSIX.2 glob is installed on your system
# (it's in the GNU C Library, so if you're using that, this is
# not needed at all.)
! globdep = glob/libglob.a

# Library containing POSIX.2 `glob' function.
# Comment this line out if it's in the C library (which is the case if you
# are using the GNU C Library), or change it to the appropriate file name
# or -l switch.
! globlib = $(globdep)

# Name under which to install GNU make.
! instname = make
# Directory to install `make' in.
bindir = $(prefix)/usr/local/bin
# Directory to install the man page in.
--- 80,95 ----
# Comment this out if POSIX.2 glob is installed on your system
# (it's in the GNU C Library, so if you're using that, this is
# not needed at all.)
! # globdep = glob/libglob.a

# Library containing POSIX.2 `glob' function.
# Comment this line out if it's in the C library (which is the case if you
# are using the GNU C Library), or change it to the appropriate file name
# or -l switch.
! # globlib = $(globdep)

# Name under which to install GNU make.
! instname = gmake
# Directory to install `make' in.
bindir = $(prefix)/usr/local/bin
# Directory to install the man page in.
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*** 135,141 ****

make: $(objs) $(globdep)
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) $(objs) $(globlib) $(LOADLIBES) -o make.new
! mv -f make.new make

load.o: load.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(LOAD_AVG) -c load.c
--- 135,141 ----

make: $(objs) $(globdep)
$(CC) $(LDFLAGS) $(objs) $(globlib) $(LOADLIBES) -o make.new
! mv -f make.new gmake

load.o: load.c
$(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(LOAD_AVG) -c load.c
diff -cb make-3.62/job.c mtm/job.c
*** make-3.62/job.c Thu Oct 24 21:58:33 1991
--- mtm/job.c Sat Aug 29 22:54:14 1992
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*** 1293,1308 ****
case SIGKILL:
sys_siglist[i] = "Killed";
break;
! case SIGBUS:
sys_siglist[i] = "Bus Error";
break;
! case SIGSEGV:
sys_siglist[i] = "Segmentation fault";
break;
! case SIGSYS:
sys_siglist[i] = "Bad Argument to System Call";
break;
! case SIGPIPE:
sys_siglist[i] = "Broken Pipe";
break;
case SIGALRM:
--- 1293,1308 ----
case SIGKILL:
sys_siglist[i] = "Killed";
break;
! /* case SIGBUS:
sys_siglist[i] = "Bus Error";
break;
! */ case SIGSEGV:
sys_siglist[i] = "Segmentation fault";
break;
! /* case SIGSYS:
sys_siglist[i] = "Bad Argument to System Call";
break;
! */ case SIGPIPE:
sys_siglist[i] = "Broken Pipe";
break;
case SIGALRM:
diff -cb make-3.62/main.c mtm/main.c
*** make-3.62/main.c Mon Sep 9 23:36:14 1991
--- mtm/main.c Sat Aug 29 22:56:44 1992
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*** 321,329 ****
FATAL_SIG (SIGDANGER);
#endif
FATAL_SIG (SIGFPE);
! FATAL_SIG (SIGBUS);
FATAL_SIG (SIGSEGV);
! FATAL_SIG (SIGSYS);
FATAL_SIG (SIGTERM);
#ifdef SIGXCPU
FATAL_SIG (SIGXCPU);
--- 321,329 ----
FATAL_SIG (SIGDANGER);
#endif
FATAL_SIG (SIGFPE);
! /* FATAL_SIG (SIGBUS); */
FATAL_SIG (SIGSEGV);
! /* FATAL_SIG (SIGSYS); */
FATAL_SIG (SIGTERM);
#ifdef SIGXCPU
FATAL_SIG (SIGXCPU);


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Archive   : GMKPATLX.ZIP
Filename : GNU-MAKE.PAT

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