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ExtUtils::MM_MacOS(3pm) 	 Perl Programmers Reference Guide	  ExtUtils::MM_MacOS(3pm)

NAME
       ExtUtils::MM_MacOS - methods to override UN*X behaviour in ExtUtils::MakeMaker

SYNOPSIS
	use ExtUtils::MM_MacOS; # Done internally by ExtUtils::MakeMaker if needed

DESCRIPTION
       MM_MacOS currently only produces an approximation to the correct Makefile.

maybe_command
Returns true, if the argument is likely to be a command.

guess_name
Guess the name of this package by examining the working directory's name. MakeMaker calls this
only if the developer has not supplied a NAME attribute.

macify
Translate relative path names into Mac names.

patternify
Translate to Mac names &; patterns

init_main
Initializes some of NAME, FULLEXT, BASEEXT, ROOTEXT, DLBASE, PERL_SRC, PERL_LIB, PERL_ARCHLIB,
PERL_INC, INSTALLDIRS, INST_*, INSTALL*, PREFIX, CONFIG, AR, AR_STATIC_ARGS, LD, OBJ_EXT,
LIB_EXT, MAP_TARGET, LIBPERL_A, VERSION_FROM, VERSION, DISTNAME, VERSION_SYM.

init_others
Initializes LDLOADLIBS, LIBS

init_dirscan
Initializes DIR, XS, PM, C, O_FILES, H, PL_FILES, MAN*PODS, EXE_FILES.

libscan (o)
Takes a path to a file that is found by init_dirscan and returns false if we don't want to
include this file in the library. Mainly used to exclude RCS, CVS, and SCCS directories from
installation.

constants (o)
Initializes lots of constants and .SUFFIXES and .PHONY

static (o)
Defines the static target.

dlsyms (o)
Used by MacOS to define DL_FUNCS and DL_VARS and write the *.exp files.

dynamic (o)
Defines the dynamic target.

clean (o)
Defines the clean target.

realclean (o)
Defines the realclean target.

rulez (o)
processPL (o)
Defines targets to run *.PL files.

perl v5.8.0				    2002-06-01			  ExtUtils::MM_MacOS(3pm)
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