Re: Mass bugfiling potential: 'rules' with space
Junichi Uekawa wrote:
On Thu, 10 Oct 2002 20:13:05 +0100
Matthew Garrett <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
So the Linux interpreter strips off any trailing space characters before
passing it to the application, whereas NetBSD doesn't. I'm not convinced
that this is a bug in NetBSD (SUS only mentions #! notation in a single
paragraph, and gives no exact details of it), but possibly make should
be a bit more resiliant here.
How would you make "make" to be a bit more resilient ?
I might have a file " " which I want to use with make, with
make -f" "
Actually, if I understand correctly, it's getting an empty string, not a
space. No filename can be zero length, so make can safely ignore it.