bmake, the NetBSD make(1) tool, is a program designed to simplify the maintenance of other programs. The input of bmake is a list of specifications indicating the files upon which the targets (programs and other files) depend. bmake then detects which targets are out of date based on their dependencies and triggers the necessary commands to bring them up to date when that happens.
bmake is similar to GNU make, even though the syntax for the advanced features supported in Makefiles is very different.
|allow-overriding-compiler-variables.patch||0000003461 3.38 KB||about 4 years|
|bmake-20170711.tar.gz||0000554031 541 KB||about 4 years|
|bmake-strlcpy-explicit.patch||0000000618 618 Bytes||about 4 years|
|bmake.changes||0000010287 10 KB||about 4 years|
|bmake.spec||0000002643 2.58 KB||about 4 years|