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make - The GNU version of the "make" utility.

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Overview

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Full name

http://repo.roscidus.com/devel/make

Description

GNU Make is a program that determines which pieces of a large program need to be recompiled and issues the commands to recompile them, when necessary. The upstream sources for this package are available at the location ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/make/. The documentation for this package does not meet the Debian Free Software Guidelines, and has been removed from this package.

Homepage

http://www.gnu.org/software/make/

Available versions

The list below is just for information; Zero Install will automatically select one of these versions for you.

VersionReleasedStabilityPlatformDownload
3.81-52010-04-25Linux-i386Download (317167 bytes)
3.81-52010-04-25Linux-x86_64Download (327457 bytes)
3.81-82011-05-29Linux-i386Download (320143 bytes)
3.81-82011-05-29Linux-x86_64Download (330847 bytes)
3.81stableWindows-i486Download (495645 bytes)

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DistributionPackage name
make
FreeBSDgmake
MacPortsgmake
Required libraries

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