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Hi, I have so far not seen the advantage of my 100% Perl syntax - at least not until Emacs learns to syntax highlight the specific parts. Since my project <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/> was progressing very slowly, I took a new look at its closest competitor, makepp. It is so much superior toGNU make, that I am putting up with make's strange syntax. Despite being written in Perl, until now it offered little access to Perl. That has now changed with this patch <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/perl.patch> and corresponding test <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/perl.test> I contributed to version 1.20. With that make.pl is dead, and I will also ...

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    Default GNU make & make.pl are dead: long live Perl makepp

    Hi,

    I have so far not seen the advantage of my 100% Perl syntax - at least not until Emacs learns to syntax highlight the specific parts. Since my project <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/> was progressing very slowly, I took a new look at its closest competitor, makepp. It is so much superior toGNU make, that I am putting up with make's strange syntax.

    Despite being written in Perl, until now it offered little access to Perl. That has now changed with this patch <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/perl.patch> and corresponding test <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/perl.test> I contributed to version 1.20. With that make.pl is dead, and I will also contibute my builtin commands to makepp.

    coralament / best Grötens / liebe Grüße / best regards / elkorajn salutojn
    Daniel Pfeiffer

    -- GPL 3: take the wind out of Palladium's sails! --
    ------
    -- My other stuff here too, make.pl, sawfish...: --
    ------
    -- [url]http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/[/url] --
    Daniel Pfeiffer Guest

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    Default Re: GNU make & make.pl are dead: long live Perl makepp

    Oops, for those who didn't follow the link to my page, there was no link tomakepp. So here it is: [url]http://makepp.sourceforge.net/[/url] and this is the download link [url]http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=43679[/url] incase you want to apply my patch directly.

    Daniel Pfeiffer <occitanesperanto.org> skribis:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I have so far not seen the advantage of my 100% Perl syntax - at least not until Emacs learns to syntax highlight the specific parts. Since my project <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/> was progressing very slowly, I took a new look at its closest competitor, makepp. It is so much superior to GNU make, that I am putting up with make's strange syntax.
    >
    > Despite being written in Perl, until now it offered little access to Perl.. That has now changed with this patch <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/perl.patch> and corresponding test <http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/make.pl/perl.test> I contributed to version 1.20. With that make.pl is dead, and I will also contibute my builtin commands to makepp.
    >
    > coralament / best Grötens / liebe Grüße / best regards / elkorajn salutojn
    > Daniel Pfeiffer
    >
    > -- GPL 3: take the wind out of Palladium's sails! --
    > ------
    > -- My other stuff here too, make.pl, sawfish...: --
    > ------
    > -- [url]http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/[/url] --

    coralament / best Grötens / liebe Grüße / best regards / elkorajn salutojn
    Daniel Pfeiffer

    -- GPL 3: take the wind out of Palladium's sails! --
    ------
    -- My other stuff here too, make.pl, sawfish...: --
    ------
    -- [url]http://dapfy.bei.t-online.de/[/url] --
    Daniel Pfeiffer Guest

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