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[bug #60557] Built-in rule for preprocessing assembler programs doesn't

From: Martin Dorey
Subject: [bug #60557] Built-in rule for preprocessing assembler programs doesn't work as documented
Date: Sun, 9 May 2021 16:19:22 -0400 (EDT)
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Follow-up Comment #1, bug #60557 (project make):

I thought I'd found where PREPROCESS.S was added, in 2014, under:


... but I must be getting confused by the limited diff context because it's
there all the way back to 1992's initial revision:


The definition of CPP as $(CC) -E also goes back to 1992.  The claim in the
documentation that we use $(CPP) goes back to 1991.  The documentation's
approach seems reasonable.  Perhaps the PREPROCESS.S definition got confused
by the since-retired Xenix condition.


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