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Re: make port for OS/2

From: Paul D. Smith
Subject: Re: make port for OS/2
Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2002 12:15:05 -0400

%% Andreas Buening <address@hidden> writes:

  ab> I'd like to add support for OS/2 to GNU make. If I remember
  ab> correctly I have to ask address@hidden for some paperwork
  ab> I have to sign first.

  ab> Please reply answers directly to me as I haven't subscribed
  ab> to any make mailing list.

Assuming you would like to continue to contribute and update the port,
the assignment you want to request is the "past and future change
assignment" form.  You can request it by following these instructions.

BTW, it's best if you start with the latest CVS versions.  For one
thing, I have enhanced the CVS versions to use the latest autoconf,
automake, and gettext versions which should make porting simpler.  Let
me know if you need help with this.

Thanks for your interest in improving GNU make!

Please email the following information to address@hidden, and we
will send you the assignment form for your past and future changes.

Please use your full legal name (in ASCII characters) as the subject
line of the message.

[What is the name of the program or package you're contributing to?]

[Did you copy any files or text written by someone else in these changes?
Even if that material is free software, we need to know about it.]

[Do you have an employer who might have a basis to claim to own
your changes?  Do you attend a school which might make such a claim?]

[For the copyright registration, what country are you a citizen of?]

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[Which files have you changed so far, and which new files have you written
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 Paul D. Smith <address@hidden>          Find some GNU make tips at:
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