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Comment:Don't use "file nativename" in makemake.tcl, because it gives a different win/Makefile.msc when run on UNIX
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User & Date: jan.nijtmans 2018-08-14 13:05:33
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2018-08-15
11:05
Update to openssl-1.0.2p check-in: 38638cfc user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
2018-08-14
13:05
Don't use "file nativename" in makemake.tcl, because it gives a different win/Makefile.msc when run on UNIX check-in: af80be5c user: jan.nijtmans tags: trunk
05:59
Changed all of the "sendmail -t" commands to "sendmail -ti" to make it ignore lines containing only a dot; we use EOF to signal "end of message," so we don't need the second signal. This is separate from the smtp.c fix in [51740ce45f]: that's only used when Fossil speaks directly to an SMTP server, where a leading dot is treated somewhat differently than the lone dot rule for sendmail(1)'s stdin.

This problem with leading dots was diagnosed by gumblex, /forumpost/4290f75ba1. check-in: 8c0ec30b user: wyoung tags: trunk

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writeln -nonewline "EXTRA_FILES   = "
set i 0
foreach s [lsort $extra_files] {
  if {$i > 0} {
    writeln " \\"
    writeln -nonewline "        "
  }
  set s [file nativename $s]
  writeln -nonewline "\$(SRCDIR)\\${s}"; incr i
}
writeln "\n"
set AdditionalObj [list shell sqlite3 th th_lang th_tcl cson_amalgamation]
writeln -nonewline "OBJ   = "
set i 0
foreach s [lsort [concat $src $AdditionalObj]] {







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writeln -nonewline "EXTRA_FILES   = "
set i 0
foreach s [lsort $extra_files] {
  if {$i > 0} {
    writeln " \\"
    writeln -nonewline "        "
  }
  set s [regsub -all / $s \\]
  writeln -nonewline "\$(SRCDIR)\\${s}"; incr i
}
writeln "\n"
set AdditionalObj [list shell sqlite3 th th_lang th_tcl cson_amalgamation]
writeln -nonewline "OBJ   = "
set i 0
foreach s [lsort [concat $src $AdditionalObj]] {