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20.5 Special Target Names


Commands associated with this target are executed if make can't find any description file entries or suffix rules with which to build a requested target.


Ignore error codes. Same as the -i option.


Files you specify for this target are not removed when you send a signal (such as interrupt) that aborts make , or when a command line in your description file returns an error.


Execute commands but do not echo them. Same as the -s option.


Suffixes associated with this target are meaningful in suffix rules. If no suffixes are listed, the existing list of suffix rules are effectively "turned off."

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