# clearmake -C gnu
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This runs clearmake in GNU "emulation mode." Though there are many features of GNU that are not supported, you may have some success. There are some inconsistencies with the way clearmake -C GNU works on AIX and Sun -- so be careful and don't expect miracles, but this may help you. I would log any problems you may have with Rational Clearcase (which is an IBM product) and see if they can help you resolve them.
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