[l2h] makefile troubles solved
Fri, 5 Nov 1999 10:58:16 +0100
using the make to produce the manual, usually fails when not used on
nix-systems. The rather simple fix, is to include a
statement. Otherwise, make uses the shell variable set in the
environment. On OS/2 or NT, this variabe should point to a valid
unix-shell executable, i.e.
Although this solved the syntax problems, the process runs out of
memory when translating the glossary (the infamous
double_the_memory_need by forking problem <g>), because the heap
memory of OS/2 is limited to 64 MB.
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