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Source code changes of the file "unit-tests/recursive.mk" between
bmake-20201101.tar.gz and bmake-20201117.tar.gz

About: bmake a BSD make tool (derived from NetBSD’s make).

recursive.mk  (bmake-20201101):recursive.mk  (bmake-20201117)
# $NetBSD: recursive.mk,v 1.3 2020/10/24 08:50:17 rillig Exp $ # $NetBSD: recursive.mk,v 1.4 2020/11/09 20:50:56 rillig Exp $
# #
# In -dL mode, a variable may get expanded before it makes sense. # In -dL mode, a variable may get expanded before it makes sense.
# This would stop make from doing anything since the "recursive" error # This would stop make from doing anything since the "recursive" error
# is fatal and exits immediately. # is fatal and exits immediately.
# #
# The purpose of evaluating that variable early was just to detect # The purpose of evaluating that variable early was just to detect
# whether there are unclosed variables. It might be enough to parse the # whether there are unclosed variables. It might be enough to parse the
# variable value without VARE_WANTRES for that purpose. # variable value without VARE_WANTRES for that purpose.
# #
# Seen in pkgsrc/x11/libXfixes, and probably many more package that use # Seen in pkgsrc/x11/libXfixes, and probably many more package that use
# GNU Automake. # GNU Automake.
.MAKEFLAGS: -dL
AM_V_lt= ${am__v_lt_${V}} AM_V_lt= ${am__v_lt_${V}}
am__v_lt_= ${am__v_lt_${AM_DEFAULT_VERBOSITY}} am__v_lt_= ${am__v_lt_${AM_DEFAULT_VERBOSITY}}
am__v_lt_0= --silent am__v_lt_0= --silent
am__v_lt_1= am__v_lt_1=
# On 2020-08-06, make reported: "Variable am__v_lt_ is recursive." # On 2020-08-06, make reported: "Variable am__v_lt_ is recursive."
libXfixes_la_LINK= ... ${AM_V_lt} ... libXfixes_la_LINK= ... ${AM_V_lt} ...
# somewhere later ... # somewhere later ...
AM_DEFAULT_VERBOSITY= 1 AM_DEFAULT_VERBOSITY= 1
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