make vs. $(MAKE) in debian/rules
The helper dh_make installs a skeleton debian/rules.
In target "build-stamp" it calls
"make CFLAGS=...", but in target "clean"
it calls "-$(MAKE) clean"
Is there some special reason for calling the
binary "make" the first time and using the $(MAKE)
veriable the second time?
BTW: What does the "-" at the beginning
of the line do? Sure, it might be a RTFM question,
but I didn't find it while browsing the manual
and one of you might be able to answer it without
looking it up.
Florian Hinzmann email@example.com
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