1. 23 Jun, 2008 2 commits
    • Dan Nicholson's avatar
      Create $(TOP)/$(LIB_DIR) for install, too · 8319f2f3
      Dan Nicholson authored
      If `make install' is run without running `make' first, the $(LIB_DIR)
      will not be created. This also changes the mkdir a little bit so that it
      isn't run if necessary and added `-p' so that it is immune to races.
      8319f2f3
    • Dan Nicholson's avatar
      Create $(TOP)/$(LIB_DIR) for install, too · 7ec5e6a0
      Dan Nicholson authored
      If `make install' is run without running `make' first, the $(LIB_DIR)
      will not be created. This also changes the mkdir a little bit so that it
      isn't run if necessary and added `-p' so that it is immune to races.
      7ec5e6a0
  2. 07 May, 2008 1 commit
    • Dan Nicholson's avatar
      Never fail `make clean' · a6464b3c
      Dan Nicholson authored
      Mostly some pedantic changes such that `make clean' always ignores
      errors. Also changed the top clean target to do the `touch
      configs/current' dance instead of realclean.
      a6464b3c
  3. 09 May, 2007 1 commit
    • Brian's avatar
      Tweak the shell scripting for descending into and building subdirs. · 16c503f3
      Brian authored
      In general, use this:
      	@for dir in $(SUBDIRS) ; do \
      		if [ -d $$dir ] ; then \
      			(cd $$dir && $(MAKE)) || exit 1; \
      		fi \
      	done
      
      Basically, silently skip missing subdirs but generate an error and stop if
      there's a compilation or install problem.
      This was done inconsistantly before.  In once case, a missing subdir was
      causing us to go into an infinte loop!
      16c503f3
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