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    Make Makefile strictly POSIX compliant · bbe28227
    Laslo Hunhold authored
    Thanks Hiltjo for the feedback! GNUisms need to be avoided like a
    plague, even if it means having to be a little more creative.
    
    Strict POSIX compliance means that I just worked within the bounds of
    the POSIX specification, hopefully without using any GNU or BSD
    extensions. If I did, please let me know.
    
    Tip to all Linux users: Test your Makefiles with pmake(1) instead of
    make(1) (= GNU make) and refer to the newest POSIX 2016 make
    specification[0].
    
    [0]: http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/make.html
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