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

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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 The documentation for this package does not meet the Debian Free Software Guidelines, and has been removed from this package.




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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)
3.81-32006-11-25Windows-i486Download (495645 bytes) Download (495645 bytes)

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