Kurt Hornik
Thu, 3 Dec 1998 22:32:55 +0100 (CET)

>>>>> Paul Gilbert writes:

> GNU make does not work for some of my other work so for compiling R I
> am trying to use "gmake" which is a link to the correct version of gnu
> make. I'm not sure if this should work but it looks like it is suppose
> to, as $(MAKE) gets expanded to "gmake" most places. However, "make"
> gets used in

> R-pre0.63.1/src/library/modreg/src

> and fails. Is this a bug or should I not expect this to work? I'm
> trying to compile an intermediate release.

Not sure if I understand this but anyway:  if you want to use `foo',
say, for make, you should do (Bourne shell)

	MAKE=foo configure

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