Commit c3ddcbc8 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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List additional utilities required on MS-DOS to run lisp/Makefile.

parent 49417719
...@@ -773,6 +773,14 @@ the necessary utilities; search for "MS-DOS". The configuration step ...@@ -773,6 +773,14 @@ the necessary utilities; search for "MS-DOS". The configuration step
(see below) will test for these utilities and will refuse to continue (see below) will test for these utilities and will refuse to continue
if any of them isn't found. if any of them isn't found.
Recompiling Lisp files in the `lisp' subdirectory using the various
targets in the lisp/Makefile file requires additional utilities:
`find' and `xargs' (from Findutils), `touch' (from Fileutils) GNU
`echo' and `test' (from Sh-utils), `tr, `sort', and `uniq' (from
Textutils), and a port of Bash. However, you should not normally need
to run lisp/Makefile, as all the Lisp files are distributed in
byte-compiled form as well.
If you are building the MSDOG version of Emacs on an MSDOG-like system If you are building the MSDOG version of Emacs on an MSDOG-like system
which supports long file names (e.g. Windows 95), you need to make which supports long file names (e.g. Windows 95), you need to make
sure that long file names are handled consistently both when you sure that long file names are handled consistently both when you
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