[PATCH] Makefile.common: remove CVS_EXTRAS_RC

Till Maas opensource at till.name
Wed Jul 11 16:40:50 UTC 2007


Makefile.common uses CVS_EXTRAS_RC to define the variable of the user config 
file and uses a complex structure to only include it, when it is a file.

According to "info make", there is a much easier way:

| If you want `make' to simply ignore a makefile which does not exist
| and cannot be remade, with no error message, use the `-include'
| directive instead of `include', like this:

-include $(HOME)/.cvspkgsrc

Imho, this makes the Makefile much more easier to read and also removes a 
reference to Extras with the variable CVS_EXTRAS_RC.

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