gnustep-make 2.9.0-3 source package in Ubuntu


gnustep-make (2.9.0-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * debian/rules (override_dh_auto_configure): Override AC_CHECK_PROGS
    test for make.  As of make-dfsg/4.3-1 the make package provides a
    /usr/bin/gmake symlink which configure happily picks as first choice.
    However, it is missing on GNU/Hurd and GNU/kFreeBSD since they provide
    only older versions of src:make-dfsg.  As gnustep-config is in the
    arch:all package the GNUMAKE variable is set to "gmake" which then
    gives empty output when invoked on arches lacking the symlink.

 -- Yavor Doganov <email address hidden>  Tue, 07 Dec 2021 22:35:20 +0200

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gnustep-common: Common files for the core GNUstep environment

 This package contains the main GNUstep configuration file, common
 files, scripts and directory layout needed to run any GNUstep

gnustep-make: GNUstep build system

 This package contains the makefiles needed to compile any GNUstep
 software, and the GNUstep Test Framework used by GNUstep packages to
 build and run tests.

gnustep-make-doc: Documentation for GNUstep Make

 This package contains the GNUstep Make manual in Info, HTML and PDF
 format. Also included are several documents such as the GNUstep
 HOWTO, FAQ and explanation of the GNUstep filesystem which are useful
 to get familiar with the basic aspects of the GNUstep environment.