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[bug #58556] Make is confused by a target named ".o" and neither emptyin

From: Jörg Schilling
Subject: [bug #58556] Make is confused by a target named ".o" and neither emptying .SUFFIXES nor MAKEFLAGS=r can prevent this
Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2020 16:17:43 -0500 (EST)
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Follow-up Comment #3, bug #58556 (project make):

printf 'MAKEFLAGS=r \n .SUFFIXES:' | make - .o 

is completely ineffective and

printf 'MAKEFLAGS=r \n .SUFFIXES:' | make -f - .o 

is ineffective because MAKEFLAGS=r is read after the internal makefile was

BTW: it s bad practice to set MAKEFLAGS= as this is an internal variable that
is intended for make to communicate with it's sub-make calls.


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