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Re: RFA: dwarf2.h merge
Dave Korn <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Alan Modra wrote:
>> On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 08:55:23AM -0600, Tom Tromey wrote:
>>> * Makefile.am (dwarf2.lo): Use dwarf2.h, not elf/dwarf2.h.
>>> (elf-eh-frame.lo): Likewise.
>>> (elf32-bfin.lo): Likewise.
>>> (elf32-frv.lo): Likewise.
>>> (elf32-xc16x.lo): Likewise.
>> You did this by hand? "make dep-am" in bfd, opcodes, binutils, gas,
>> gprof, ld! Oh well, binutils parts OK anyway.
> Side issue: What's the difference between "make dep" and "make dep-am"?
"make dep" changes Makefile in your build directory. "make dep-am"
changes Makefile.am in your source directory. For that matter, we still
have "make dep-in" which changes Makefile.in in your source directory.
Basically "make dep" and "make dep-in" could conceivably be useful if
you can't figure out how to run automake. In practice I don't think
anybody would notice if we got rid of them.