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Index of Concepts: S -- T

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s. (SCCS file prefix)10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
SCCS, rule to extract from10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
search algorithm, implicit rule10.8 Implicit Rule Search Algorithm
search path for prerequisites (VPATH)4.5 Searching Directories for Prerequisites
search path for prerequisites (VPATH), and implicit rules4.5.5 Directory Search and Implicit Rules
search path for prerequisites (VPATH), and link libraries4.5.6 Directory Search for Link Libraries
searching for strings8.2 Functions for String Substitution and Analysis
secondary expansion3.10 Secondary Expansion
secondary expansion and explicit rulesSecondary Expansion of Explicit Rules
secondary expansion and implicit rulesSecondary Expansion of Implicit Rules
secondary expansion and static pattern rulesSecondary Expansion of Static Pattern Rules
secondary files10.4 Chains of Implicit Rules
secondary targets4.9 Special Built-in Target Names
sed (shell command)4.14 Generating Prerequisites Automatically
selecting a word8.2 Functions for String Substitution and Analysis
selecting word lists8.2 Functions for String Substitution and Analysis
sequences of commands5.8 Defining Canned Command Sequences
setting options from environment5.7.3 Communicating Options to a Sub-make
setting options in makefiles5.7.3 Communicating Options to a Sub-make
setting variables6.5 Setting Variables
several rules for one target4.11 Multiple Rules for One Target
several targets in a rule4.10 Multiple Targets in a Rule
shar (standard target)9.2 Arguments to Specify the Goals
shell command2.2 A Simple Makefile
shell command, and directory search4.5.4 Writing Shell Commands with Directory Search
shell command, execution5.3 Command Execution
shell command, function for8.11 The shell Function
shell file name pattern (in include)3.3 Including Other Makefiles
shell variables, setting in commands5.3 Command Execution
shell wildcards (in include)3.3 Including Other Makefiles
shell, choosing the5.3.1 Choosing the Shell
SHELL, exported value5.7.2 Communicating Variables to a Sub-make
SHELL, import from environment6.9 Variables from the Environment
shell, in DOS and WindowsChoosing a Shell in DOS and Windows
SHELL, MS-DOS specificsChoosing a Shell in DOS and Windows
SHELL, value of5.3.1 Choosing the Shell
signal5.6 Interrupting or Killing make
silent operation5.2 Command Echoing
simple makefile2.2 A Simple Makefile
simple variable expansion6. How to Use Variables
simplifying with variables2.4 Variables Make Makefiles Simpler
simply expanded variables6.2 The Two Flavors of Variables
sorting words8.2 Functions for String Substitution and Analysis
spaces, in variable values6.2 The Two Flavors of Variables
spaces, stripping8.2 Functions for String Substitution and Analysis
special targets4.9 Special Built-in Target Names
special variables3.6 Other Special Variables
specifying makefile name3.2 What Name to Give Your Makefile
splitting commands5.1.1 Splitting Command Lines
standard input5.4 Parallel Execution
standards conformance1. Overview of make
standards for makefiles14. Makefile Conventions
static pattern rule4.12 Static Pattern Rules
static pattern rule, syntax of4.12.1 Syntax of Static Pattern Rules
static pattern rule, versus implicit4.12.2 Static Pattern Rules versus Implicit Rules
static pattern rules, secondary expansion ofSecondary Expansion of Static Pattern Rules
stem4.12.1 Syntax of Static Pattern Rules
stem10.5.4 How Patterns Match
stem, variable for10.5.3 Automatic Variables
stopping make8.12 Functions That Control Make
strings, searching for8.2 Functions for String Substitution and Analysis
stripping whitespace8.2 Functions for String Substitution and Analysis
sub-make5.7.2 Communicating Variables to a Sub-make
subdirectories, recursion for5.7 Recursive Use of make
substitution variable reference6.3.1 Substitution References
suffix rule10.7 Old-Fashioned Suffix Rules
suffix rule, for archive11.4 Suffix Rules for Archive Files
suffix, adding8.3 Functions for File Names
suffix, function to find8.3 Functions for File Names
suffix, substituting in variables6.3.1 Substitution References
switches9.7 Summary of Options
symbol directories, updating archive11.2.1 Updating Archive Symbol Directories
syntax of commands5.1 Command Syntax
syntax of rules4.2 Rule Syntax

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tab character (in commands)4.2 Rule Syntax
tabs in rules2.1 What a Rule Looks Like
TAGS (standard target)9.2 Arguments to Specify the Goals
tangle10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
tangle10.3 Variables Used by Implicit Rules
tar (standard target)9.2 Arguments to Specify the Goals
target4. Writing Rules
target pattern, implicit10.5.1 Introduction to Pattern Rules
target pattern, static (not implicit)4.12.1 Syntax of Static Pattern Rules
target, deleting on error5.5 Errors in Commands
target, deleting on interrupt5.6 Interrupting or Killing make
target, expansionRule Definition
target, multiple in pattern rule10.5.1 Introduction to Pattern Rules
target, multiple rules for one4.11 Multiple Rules for One Target
target, touching9.3 Instead of Executing the Commands
target-specific variables6.10 Target-specific Variable Values
targets4.2 Rule Syntax
targets without a file4.6 Phony Targets
targets, built-in special4.9 Special Built-in Target Names
targets, empty4.8 Empty Target Files to Record Events
targets, force4.7 Rules without Commands or Prerequisites
targets, introduction to2.1 What a Rule Looks Like
targets, multiple4.10 Multiple Targets in a Rule
targets, phony4.6 Phony Targets
terminal rule10.5.5 Match-Anything Pattern Rules
test (standard target)9.2 Arguments to Specify the Goals
testing compilation9.6 Testing the Compilation of a Program
tex10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
tex10.3 Variables Used by Implicit Rules
TeX, rule to run10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
texi2dvi10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
texi2dvi10.3 Variables Used by Implicit Rules
Texinfo, rule to format10.2 Catalogue of Implicit Rules
tilde (~)4.4 Using Wildcard Characters in File Names
touch (shell command)4.4.1 Wildcard Examples
touch (shell command)4.8 Empty Target Files to Record Events
touching files9.3 Instead of Executing the Commands
traditional directory search (GPATH)4.5.3 How Directory Searches are Performed
types of prerequisites4.3 Types of Prerequisites

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