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[bug #33034] "Makefile:23: *** mixed implicit and normal rules. Stop." f

From: x bill the X game
Subject: [bug #33034] "Makefile:23: *** mixed implicit and normal rules. Stop." for Linux kernel out of source builds
Date: Sat, 03 Jan 2015 03:48:09 +0000
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux i686; rv:5.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/5.0

Follow-up Comment #22, bug #33034 (project make):

i don't agree and i see a possible attack

i'm tryign to compile gcc4 with glibc2.11 and seeing Makefile damage

you made comments impact upon linux, compatibility, does not matter

you then say "all past Makefiles should be edited by everyone but me to fit my
new rules upon linux users: though past Makefiles had compiled correctly". 
you made not of errors but obviously they are not material (or proved) since
things did make.

however i see in your ChangeLog continual "fixes" the bulk of which SEEK
WINDOWS32 compatibility.  so you are cross testimony.  you've made uploads
over years seeking "compatibility" with a pay product getting grant money and
gov money as well as consumer money.

but your editing a unix, GPL, made in america product (and public domain to
americans not necessarily otherwise), allowing changes from overseas, and
appear to be a Windows32 sided programmer

certainly that's an argument for conflict of interest under the

the manual/ directory, a .po foreign affair maybe since i'm avoiding gettext
up to core to see how it goes (C locale is a bit smaller spedier and more
reliable from my standpoint)

make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/glibc-2.11.2/wctype'

make  subdir=manual -C manual ..=../ subdir_lib
make[2]: Entering directory `/usr/src/glibc-2.11.2/manual'
Makefile:235: *** mixed implicit and normal rules.  Stop.
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/glibc-2.11.2/manual'
make[1]: *** [manual/subdir_lib] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/glibc-2.11.2'
make: *** [all] Error 2

i'm sure many foreign contributors have done good.  however it's ever more
present that many are seekign toils and delays and IP "phone home" attacks
integrated into linux (and hard to get out, deep in) - as well as windows
hacks for people i wouldnt bet much are actually using linux to any extent.

i think i am up to say 200 work arounds now - maybe 300 including X11 - so

and it gets to a ferver: it was not this broken before.  for example: X11R7.6
compiles quickly; download build install and run in < 1 hr.  download X11R7
tarball: and internet full of questions and complaints.  having submitted
patches i'm absolutely sure i was fixing tampering, things that worked that
were years later hacked to not work (ie, XV, there is no doubt)

obstructionism is certainly taking place in the gcc toolchain

and i know many people are from colleges (paid) or running webesites and or
(california) 401c's getting grant money

the unix gnu linux products are public domain and some rely on them for

this business of "anybody hack, if it dies it's more profit for the sellers"
has got to stop

sellers of gov products copy lefted made in the past (usa) and getting grant
money today over printed and inflated: that's not what i call owners.


call it a rant i dont care what you think.  i find the "agreeability" and
attacks against against those who dont agree and protest incompatible changes
and sofware that phones home or forces itself in unix

i find that to be exactly part of why there are so many obstructions that
there are currently

for one thing - whoever is hording KEYS: IP attacks and blacklists any who
disagree is what i find


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