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Sergey Zolotarev cf74f5fc40
Fix build errors on BSD (in BSDMakefile) (#27594)
1. `make build` fails because `||` and `&&` have the same precedence in
sh/bash, so the `false` command always evaluated (leading to an error).

   + which gmake /usr/local/bin/gmake
   + false

   *** Failed target:  .BEGIN
*** Failed command: which "gmake" || printf "Error: GNU Make is
required!\n\n" 1>&2 && false
   *** Error code 1

2. When `GPREFIX` is set to an empty string with quotation marks,
`gmake` mistakenly thinks that it's a file name:

   ``` gmake: *** empty string invalid as file name.  Stop. ```
2023-10-13 15:38:27 +00:00
techknowlogick 8aada1849f
update BSDmakefile to latest version from upstream (#24063)
from https://github.com/neosmart/gmake-proxy
2023-04-11 23:42:22 -04:00
Mahmoud Al-Qudsi 7be5935c55 Add BSDmakefile to prevent errors when `make` is called under FreeBSD (#4446)
The syntax of the gitea Makefile is not platform-agnostic and is
specific to the GNU version of `make`. BSD platforms such as FreeBSD
ship with bmake (BSD make) as their default `make` program; attempting
to compile gitea by simply executing `make` causes a wall of errors to
show as a result of syntax incompatible with BSD make.

If a file named `BSDmakefile` is present, `bmake` will give it
preference over a generic `Makefile`. This `BSDmakefile` is taken from
the BSD-licensed `gmake-proxy` project [0], which transparently proxies
all `make` commands to `gmake` (GNU make) on systems where `bmake` is
the default, and if `gmake` is not installed an error message is

[0]: https://github.com/neosmart/gmake-proxy
2018-07-16 20:45:51 +02:00