> On Dec 15, 2015, at 07:01, Carsten Kunze <carsten.ku...@arcor.de> wrote: > > Hello, > > current groff doesn't build on FreeBSD. I had noticed the same issue some > months ago on NetBSD and cross checked on FreeBSD and it had worked on > FreeBSD. There must have somethig changed since then. How to reproduce: > > When there is a file "test.1.man" and a makefile: > > .SUFFIXES: > .SUFFIXES: .roff .in .ps .mom .pdf .me .ms .ps .html .txt .texi .dvi .pdf > .xhtml .man .c .cpp .log .o .obj .sed .sin .test .test$(EXEEXT) .trs .ypp > > .man: > @echo Making $@ from $< > rm -f $@ > @LC_ALL=C \ > sed -e "s|foo|bar|g" \ > $< >$@ > > "make test.1" results in "make: don't know how to make test.1. Stop". > > When ".man" is put to the start of the list it works. It also works when the > first .SUFFIXES line is removed. > > The answer from NetBSD is that this is very likely a bug in make. May this > also be the case for FreeBSD?
Hi Carsten, Probably since both use bmake... (I saw you started the other thread on tech-userle...@netbsd.org). Simon maintains bmake. I've CCed him for visibility. Thanks! -NGie _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"