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From: Thomas Demmer <demmer AT LSTM DOT Ruhr-UNI-Bochum DOT De>
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Subject: Re: RHIDE Question.
Date: Fri, 24 Oct 1997 13:25:08 +0200
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Robert Hoehne wrote:
> 
> On Sun, 19 Oct 1997, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> 
> > And besides, you asked for a scenario where the order is significant,
> > and I provided such a scenario, which I met in real-life programs.  I'm
> 
> I know them also, but I thought that they are not so common.
> 
> > RHIDE, but given that sometimes the order matters, isn't it best to
> > just prevent RHIDE from sorting in the first place?
> 
> Maybe it's the best, but this would need much more work
> by me, because a sorted project can be handled much better
> than an unsorted :-(
> 
> Maybe I will change that (at least as an option) in the future.

This might be a stupid proposal, but wouldn't it help already
if RHIDE's database of make rules would be extendible? This is 
probably at least ignorant, because I haven't the slightest
idea _how_ it is done internally. But something similar to 
the environment variables would be quite helpful.


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Ciao
Tom

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