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|0001720||[Issue 8 drafts] Shell and Utilities||Editorial||Enhancement Request||2023-05-07 14:48||2023-05-07 14:50|
|Status||New||Product Version||Draft 3|
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|Summary||0001720: Remove 'should' for 'makefile authors'|
Line 105283 says:
> Although make expands macros that do not exist to an empty string, makefile authors should be aware that it is not safe to assume that a macro which has not intentionally been set to a specific value will expand to an empty string for everyone who uses the makefile.
The part 'makefile authors should be aware that' does not add anything to the sentence.
|Desired Action||Remove 'makefile authors should be aware that'.|
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Same topic, line 105388: 'It is important to be careful' is redundant.
If it weren't important, it wouldn't be included in this standard.
The word 'careful' is too unspecific to be actionable.
|2023-05-07 14:48||rillig||New Issue|
|2023-05-07 14:48||rillig||Name||=> Roland Illig|
|2023-05-07 14:48||rillig||Section||=> make|
|2023-05-07 14:48||rillig||Page Number||=> 3122|
|2023-05-07 14:48||rillig||Line Number||=> 105283|
|2023-05-07 14:50||rillig||Note Added: 0006275|
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