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If anything may go wrong, it will definitely go wrong. —Murphy’s Law
Murphy is an optimist. —O’Reilly’s Law
GNUN currently consists of a few makefiles, scripts and template files.
They are designed
to reside in the server/gnun directory, but this may change.
In all examples in this manual, “invoking” means executing on the
make -C server/gnun [target]
[variable=value …] while the working directory is
the root in the ‘www’ web repository. For the purpose of brevity, we
will refer to the above command as simply
make, which is
cd server/gnun; make. It is desirable never to
make with the -k (--keep-going)
option, because an eventual error in only one make recipe might create
a mess in many articles, both original and translated. Do this with
caution, and generally only when debugging in a safe environment.
The build process is intended to be invoked by a cron job, although manual intervention is possible to a certain degree.