PRs for manpage 'make(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'make(1)' as of Fri May 30 07:37:59 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'make(1)':
|o||2014/05/22||bin/190100||[patch] make(1): fix core dumps at syntax error|
|o||2013/11/07||bin/183762||make(1) .undef does not work with variables set to a value|
|o||2013/06/22||bin/179833||[patch] make(1): contrib/bmake: port easter egg from pmake|
|o||2011/12/23||bin/163567||make(1): add option to disable object directory|
|o||2011/08/12||bin/159730||make(1) in parallel mode fails report failure of @-prefixed recipe using "set +e"|
|o||2011/04/29||bin/156729||make(1) does not respect.ORDER in non-parallel mode|
|o||2011/02/24||bin/155000||make(1) doesn't handle .POSIX: correctly|
|o||2011/02/14||bin/154769||make(1): :L modifier broken in quoted strings|
|o||2011/02/06||bin/154562||make(1): corrupted stack access when provided invalid identifiers|
|o||2010/03/01||bin/144388||[patch] different behavior of make(1) between command line argument and .MAKEFLAGS special target|
|o||2009/10/14||bin/139601||[patch] make(1): variable substitution for $@ in dependency source fails|
|o||2007/06/10||bin/113518||[patch] make(1): Prevent execution when command is a comment|
|o||2005/12/20||bin/90680||[patch] make(1) thinks "^.for.o:" is a directive (".for something in ...")|
|o||2004/03/16||bin/64327||[patch] make(1): document surprising behaviour of assign with expansion|
|o||2003/07/17||bin/54594||[patch] make(1) apply regexps to the entire variable -- a new variable modifier|
|o||2002/03/05||bin/35568||make(1) declares target out of date, but $? is empty|
|o||1999/08/09||bin/13042||make(1) doesn't handle wildcards in subdirectory paths|
|s||1999/04/13||bin/11114||make(1) does not work as documented with .POSIX: target|
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