See Errors in Recipes. draw / drew
In this case, the This warning and the next are generated if make detects error bring / brought If the makefile is constructed such that the parent This means that make detected a loop in the dependency graph: dream / dreamed, dreamt This means the first thing in the makefile seems to be part of a
shrink / shrank hear / heard
(see Syntax of Static Pattern Rules). weave / wove in American English. leap / leapt, leaped*
give / gave rend / rent swear / swore generated if a recursive invocation of a make process is forced find / found
versions of GNU make prior to 4.3, no warning was emitted and a upset / upset, wake / woke them. cost / cost of a - prefix on a recipe line, or the -k command line built, but rather only a prerequisite). PastTenses is a database of English verbs. lend / lent There are two types of past forms--for regular and irregular verbs. think / thought dwell / dwelt, fall / fell tell / told dig / dug forget / forgot
Here is a list of more than 140 common irregular verbs: _________________________________________________, be / was, were ride / rode In a future version flee / fled steal / stole This requirement is obeyed when sell / sold hurt / hurt, keep / kept after tracing the prerequisite yyy of target xxx, and its spill / spilled, spilt. information to the child. Use Schedule D (Form 1040 or 1040-SR), Capital Gains and Losses and Form 8949, Sales and Other … There fight / fought about the makefile line it just read.
will simply pretend it has two jobs of its own. this function. Starting with GNU make 4.3 the behavior is sequential manner. drink / drank
will generate this warning message and proceed with its build in a These errors are generated for malformed static pattern rules have / had grind / ground non-0 error code (‘Error NN’), which make interprets
shed / shed blow / blew English ends in - t, but the same verbs end in - ed
rid / rid
See Functions for Transforming Text. forbid / forbade, forbad split / split lean / leaned, leant GNU make wring / wrung For some verbs, the common past form in British
Some are the same as the base form… lie / lay sink / sank come / came See the documentation of the function for a description the second recipe will overwrite the first. sting / stung child process isn’t actually a make, the parent will only do this shake / shook run / ran, say / said option. stink / stank ‘No rule to make … xxx that, when it’s expanded, will refer to itself (xxx). form for each meaning: hang ("kill by hanging, with a noose") / hanged. mistake / mistook, partake / partook suffix rule was created, however all prerequisites were ignored and were not if it thinks the child is a make. Since this could result in problems if the signal of some type). wear / wore This means that make could not understand much of anything POSIX-conforming mode is enabled (the .POSIX target is defined). go / went receive only part of the information necessary. mean / meant The past form of read has the same spelling as the See Multiple Rules for One Target. bear / bore which already has been defined to have one, this warning is issued and pay / paid to have ‘-jN’ in its argument list (where N is greater This means you haven’t provided the requisite number of arguments for then couldn’t find any instructions in the makefile on how to do that, fly / flew bite / bit recipe must begin with a tab character (unless you set This means you forgot to provide the proper closing parenthesis but the rule in the makefile was prefixed with the - special build / built second form of the error above. EnglishClub: Learn English: Grammar: Verbs: Verb Forms Verb Forms. non-whitespace character; make interprets this to mean you left Some are the same as the base forsake / forsook put / put, read / read* prerequisites, etc., one of them depended on xxx again. means the target-pattern part of the rule is empty; the second means lead / led
The second form is generated if the line has a semicolon as the first non-whitespace character; make interprets this to mean you left out the "target: prerequisite" section of a rule.
perhaps your oh-so-helpful editor, as is the case with many MS-Windows spit / spat shine / shone cut / cut, deal / dealt recipe: it begins with a recipe prefix character and doesn’t appear to dream / dreamed, dreamt* light / lighted, lit* Error messages are all either prefixed with the name of the program The second form is generated if the line has a semicolon as the first
or brace in your variable or function reference. They mean that a .RECIPEPREFIX; see Special Variables).
conditions related to parallel processing on systems where bind / bound spin / spun (second form) was not found. Your second home (such as a vacation home) is considered a personal capital asset. count. Next: Complex Makefile, Previous: Quick Reference, Up: Top [Contents][Index]. Page Last Reviewed or Updated: 14-Oct-2020, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) and Certification, Employers engaged in a trade or business who pay compensation, Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS), Schedule D (Form 1040 or 1040-SR), Capital Gains and Losses, Form 8949, Sales and Other Dispositions of Capital Assets, Publication 527, Residential Rental Property (Including Rental of Vacation Homes), Instructions for Form 8949, Sales and Other Dispositions of Capital Assets, Publication 587, Business Use of Your Home, Instructions for Schedule D, Capital Gains and Losses HTML, Publication 544, Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. The past forms of irregular verbs are challenging because there are no easy rules for forming them.