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To run these tests, you will have to replace /bin/sh with the shell to
test, the symlink trick doesn't work since we want the shell that make
uses to be the testshell as well.
to test various makes.
Currently, FreeBSD's make depends on the /bin/sh to exit on SIGINT even
when a foreground job is run to behave right. GNU make works right
with fixed FreeBSD shells.
The following fix makes FreeBSD behave right (IMHO) for the non-compat
case. Note that if you don't pass a `-j` parameter to make, it will be
in compat mode even if you don't pass -B. test it like this
export TESTMAKE=/foo/bar/make -j 1
diff -c make.original/job.c make.work/job.c
*** make.original/job.c Tue Aug 26 12:06:38 1997
--- make.work/job.c Wed Mar 11 12:49:52 1998
*** 2904,2910 ****
--- 2904,2918 ----
! * For some signals, we don't want a direct exit, but to
! * let them resent to ourself, which is done by the calling
! * Routine.
! if (signo != SIGINT && signo != SIGTERM && signo != SIGHUP)