Commit bca0df81 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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lisp/Makefile tiny simplification

* lisp/Makefile.in (compile-main, compile, compile-always):
No need to explicitly pass variables to ourself in recursive calls.
parent 06a9b8f6
2014-06-28 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (compile-main, compile, compile-always):
No need to explicitly pass variables to ourself in recursive calls.
2014-06-28 Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca>
 
* files.el (minibuffer-with-setup-hook): Evaluate the first arg eagerly.
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......@@ -308,7 +308,7 @@ compile-onefile:
compile-first: $(COMPILE_FIRST)
# In `compile-main' we could directly do
# ... | xargs $(MAKE) EMACS="$(EMACS)"
# ... | xargs $(MAKE)
# and it works, but it generates a lot of messages like
# make[2]: gnus/gnus-mlspl.elc is up to date.
# so instead, we use "xargs echo" to split the list of file into manageable
......@@ -332,7 +332,7 @@ compile-main: leim semantic compile-clean
echo "$${el}c"; \
done | xargs $(XARGS_LIMIT) echo) | \
while read chunk; do \
$(MAKE) compile-targets EMACS="$(EMACS)" TARGETS="$$chunk"; \
$(MAKE) compile-targets TARGETS="$$chunk"; \
done
.PHONY: compile-clean
......@@ -363,17 +363,15 @@ semantic:
# date. Some .el files don't get compiled because they set the
# local variable no-byte-compile.
# Calling make recursively because suffix rule cannot have prerequisites.
# Explicitly pass EMACS (sometimes ../src/bootstrap-emacs) to those
# sub-makes that run rules that use it, for the sake of some non-GNU makes.
compile: $(LOADDEFS) autoloads compile-first
$(MAKE) compile-main EMACS="$(EMACS)"
$(MAKE) compile-main
# Compile all Lisp files. This is like `compile' but compiles files
# unconditionally. Some files don't actually get compiled because they
# set the local variable no-byte-compile.
compile-always: doit
cd $(lisp) && rm -f *.elc */*.elc */*/*.elc */*/*/*.elc
$(MAKE) compile EMACS="$(EMACS)"
$(MAKE) compile
.PHONY: backup-compiled-files compile-after-backup
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