On 5/7/07, Raphael Neider <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The .ignore files instruct the Makefiles not to build certain
subdirectories (adc, i2c, usart) for some PIC16 devices---those that do
not sport the required SFRs/functionality.
Nope, *.ignore cannot be ignored ;-).
Though this is probably caused by switching from bash to sh, the issue
should be fixed in SDCC r4791 (committed Sunday evening).
Makefile.rules was instructing grep to read possibly non-existing files,
had buggy redirection ("&> /dev/null" is interpreted by some shells as
`execute in background and redirect stdout to /dev/null' instead of the
bashish `redirect stdout and stderr to /dev/null'; now changed to
">/dev/null 2>&1"), ...