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Patch: Another manual tweak

From: Tom Tromey
Subject: Patch: Another manual tweak
Date: 31 May 2001 11:44:20 -0600

I'm checking this in.  It is another update to the manual.

2001-05-31  Tom Tromey  <address@hidden>

        * automake.texi (Top level): Removed erroneous spaces.  Documented
        MAKE and MAKEFLAGS.


Index: automake.texi
RCS file: /cvs/automake/automake/automake.texi,v
retrieving revision 1.211
diff -u -r1.211 automake.texi
--- automake.texi       2001/05/30 02:32:44     1.211
+++ automake.texi       2001/05/31 17:30:22
@@ -1453,7 +1453,7 @@
 Then in your @file{} you can specify:
-MY_SUBDIRS = "src doc lib po"
+MY_SUBDIRS="src doc lib po"
 @end example
@@ -1470,7 +1470,13 @@
 contents of this variable.
 If @code{SUBDIRS} is defined, then your @file{} must include
address@hidden  When Automake invokes @code{make} in a
+subdirectory, it uses the value of the @code{MAKE} variable.  It passes
+the value of the variable @code{AM_MAKEFLAGS} to the @code{make}
+invocation; this can be set in @file{} if there are flags you
+must always pass to @code{make}.
address@hidden MAKE
address@hidden MAKEFLAGS
 The use of @code{SUBDIRS} is not restricted to just the top-level
 @file{}.  Automake can be used to construct packages of
@@ -1480,7 +1486,8 @@
 (@samp{postfix}).  However, it is possible to change this ordering.  You
 can do this by putting @samp{.} into @code{SUBDIRS}.  For instance,
 putting @samp{.}  first will cause a @samp{prefix} ordering of
+directories.  All @samp{clean} targets are run in reverse order of build
 Sometimes, such as when running @code{make dist}, you want all possible
 subdirectories to be examined.  In this case Automake will use

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