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8026112: Function("with(x ? 1e81 : (x2.constructor = 0.1)){}") throws AssertionError: double is not compatible with object Reviewed-by: lagergren, hannesw
author sundar
date Wed, 09 Oct 2013 10:47:47 +0200
parents b6c69beebde6
children 45399f3ef717
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# Locate this Makefile
ifeq ($(filter /%,$(lastword $(MAKEFILE_LIST))),)
    makefile_path:=$(CURDIR)/$(lastword $(MAKEFILE_LIST))
else
    makefile_path:=$(lastword $(MAKEFILE_LIST))
endif
repo_dir:=$(patsubst %/makefiles/Makefile,%,$(makefile_path))

# What is the name of this subsystem (langtools, corba, etc)?
subsystem_name:=$(notdir $(repo_dir))

# Try to locate top-level makefile
top_level_makefile:=$(repo_dir)/../common/makefiles/Makefile
ifneq ($(wildcard $(top_level_makefile)),)
  $(info Will run $(subsystem_name) target on top-level Makefile)
  $(info WARNING: This is a non-recommended way of building!)
  $(info ===================================================)
else
  $(info Cannot locate top-level Makefile. Is this repo not checked out as part of a complete forest?)
  $(error Build from top-level Makefile instead)
endif

all:
	@$(MAKE) -f $(top_level_makefile) $(subsystem_name)