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I recently switched to dmake and I now get some warnings that I haven't seen before that are apparently harmless, but I'd still like to know what is going on... I've read the makefile (not my forte) and it would seem that these are part of an attempt to keep backwards compatibility alive and well. That however is just a guess and I'd appreciate a more knowledgeable monk's explanation? Here is the dos box text:
C:\>makefile Set up gcc environment - 3.4.5 (mingw-vista special r3) Checking if your kit is complete... Looks good Writing Makefile for Lingua::EN::NameParse C:\>dmake dmake.exe: Warning: -- Target [blibdirs] was made but the time stamp +has not been updated. cp lib/Lingua/EN/NameGrammar.pm blib\lib\Lingua\EN\NameGrammar.pm cp lib/Lingua/EN/NameParse.pm blib\lib\Lingua\EN\NameParse.pm dmake.exe: Warning: -- Target [pure_all] was made but the time stamp +has not been updated. C:\>dmake test dmake.exe: Warning: -- Target [blibdirs] was made but the time stamp +has not been updated. dmake.exe: Warning: -- Target [pure_all] was made but the time stamp +has not been updated. C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe "-MExtUtils::Command::MM" "-e" "test_harness(0, ' +blib\lib', 'blib\arch')" t/*.t t/main.t .......... Useless use of string eq in void context at t/main +.t line 73. t/main.t .......... 1/12 Warning: Undefined (sub)rule "i" used in a production. t/main.t .......... ok t/pod-coverage.t .. ok t/pod.t ........... ok t/rules.t ......... ok All tests successful. Files=4, Tests=34, 2 wallclock secs ( 0.09 usr + 0.03 sys = 0.12 CP +U) Result: PASS C:\>dmake install dmake.exe: Warning: -- Target [blibdirs] was made but the time stamp +has not been updated. dmake.exe: Warning: -- Target [pure_all] was made but the time stamp +has not been updated. Appending installation info to C:\Perl\lib/perllocal.pod
This is ActiveState perl, v5.10.1 running under Vista Home Premium SP2 with 2.0GB of memory...

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