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Greg Yachuk's Make utility for LINUX. Compiled with GCC 2.2.2b for use with the new file systems. Static linked so shared libs are not needed. Source code for Linux, BSD 4.2, and DOS included along with Linux binary execut

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Greg Yachuk's Make utility for LINUX.
Compilied with GCC 2.2.2b for use with
the new file systems. Static linked so
shared libs not needed. Source code for
BSD and DOS also included. Version 1.5


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Greg Yachuk’s Make utility for LINUX. Compiled with GCC 2.2.2b for use with the new file systems. Static linked so shared libs are not needed. Source code for Linux, BSD 4.2, and DOS included along with Linux binary execut
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Greg Yachuk's Make utility for LINUX.
Compilied with GCC 2.2.2b for use with
the new file systems. Static linked so
shared libs not needed. Source code for
BSD and DOS also included. Version 1.5
Make for LINUX and BSD 4.2

The binary in this archive is for Linux but the source will also
compile and run under BSD 4.2.

Put the make binary in /usr/bin and put the default.mk in /usr/bin too.
The file default.mk contains definitions that make uses specific to
your setup, i.e. what you use for cc, yacc, lex, etc. You may want to edit
default.mk to match your particulars.

This Linux binary was compiled under GCC 2.2.2b and linked with -static.
This version of make should be compatible with newer file systems. Note
that this in not GNU make but a version of make by Greg Yachuk. He used
the make for SUN OS as his guide. It should be compatible with GNU make
for most purposes. Please read the docs anyway.

This source code is very generic and no changes had to be made to it.
WARNING: the file default.mk must be in your path (preferably in the
same directory as make). If default.mk is not in your path, make will
probably not work.


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