Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Nothing, but the point is that draft is a modifier and it isn't clear
> >
> > >from that syntax that draft is a modifier and not a target.
> > >
> > > Anyway, certainly you could write this to preserve the target:
> > >
> > > draft:
> > >   $(MAKE) html DRAFT=Y
> >
> > The problem is that the 'gmake' recursion is done, but then returns
> > and runs the hhml again, so 'gmake draft html' calls "$(MAKE) html
> > DRAFT=Y" and on return from that, the html is called again and
> > rebuilds, so it isn't really draft.
> Well, "gmake draft html" doesn't make any sense anyway, but "gmake 
> draft" by itself does and the new way of writing it is significantly 
> more cumbersome, so I request that this be fixed.

Well, if 'draft' was only for html, I could see suggesting just 'gmake
draft', but 'draft' can be used for Postscript and PDF too.
  Bruce Momjian   [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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