You should have eros.make in your cross environment bin directory (generally $EROS_ROOT/xenv/bin/eros.make).
I agree that this breaks make and needs to be fixed. I simply wanted to find out if the problem depended on the version of make you are using.
> On Fri, 26 May 2000, Jonathan S. Shapiro wrote:
> > This change looks good, but before I go and fix it, I want to understand
> > whether this is a 'make' compatibility issue (I plan to fix regardless,
> > better to learn while we can). Are you building with native 'make' or
> > the cross-environment's eros.make? It should be the latter. Also, what
> > platform are you running on?
> I was using native make. I must have missed something in the build
> instructions. How does one go about using eros.make? I'm no export on
> makefiles, but it seems to me that this would cause an error no matter
> what version of make one was using.
> I running a mostly up-to-date Debian 2.2 on an AMD K6 (the frozen
> pre-release distribution if you know anything about Debian).
> Michael Grinder firstname.lastname@example.org
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