Junio C Hamano wrote:
> The only case that worries me is when make or cc gets interrupted.
> As long as make removes the ultimate target *.o in such a case, it
> is fine to leave a half-written .depend/foo.o.d (or getting it
> removed) behind.
gcc removes the target .o in its signal handler in such a case. In
cases where it doesn't get a chance to (e.g., sudden power failure),
there is a partially written .o file already in place, the linker
produces errors, and the operator is convinced to run "make clean",
all without .depend's help.
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