Bruno Haible wrote:
> Henrik Carlqvist wrote:
>> Example with one rule creating 4 files:
>> all : copy1 
>> copy1: Makefile
>>         install -c -m 644 Makefile copy1
>>         install -c -m 644 Makefile copy2
>>         install -c -m 644 Makefile copy3
>>         install -c -m 644 Makefile copy4
> I think the "representative" file should be copy4 here, because it's the one
> that gets created last.

That sort of thing is only true in serial make, you can't rely on it in 
parallel make.

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  CTO, Symas Corp. 
  Director, Highland Sun
  Chief Architect, OpenLDAP

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