Cannot compile the Tiny C Compiler

Christian Groessler chris at
Sat Jan 22 09:27:27 PST 2022

On 1/22/22 18:18, rempas at wrote:
> Hi everyone! I'm trying out DragonFlyBSD for the first time and I just went to compile
> the Tiny C compiler from its official repository and I'm getting errors when trying to
> use `Make` to compile it. The command I'm trying is `make -j6` and I'm getting a big error
> log but most lines are the same. The errors are the following:
> `Invalid line type`
> `warning: duplication script for target "ifneq" ignored`
> `warning: using previous script for "ifneq" defined here`
> I thought that it may not support DragonFlyBSD as it is not listed in the official supported
> Operating Systems but a number of other BSDs are supported including FreeBSD so I don't
> know why it should not work on DragonFlyBSD. For anyone that wants to try out, the link for
> the source is:

In the README there:

    Notes: For FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD, gmake should be used instead 
of make.

You need to use GNU make.


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