Partial undo of "Makefile: Streamline directory creation"
Commit c964d962 changed the way we create directories, by two things: - unifying all dependencies and ad-hoc directory creation into a single target (all_dirfiles) - changing how directories are created from a stamp file to .dir files in each directory The first item is a very good one, but the second item is debatable: there's no per-se advantage of .dir files versus a single one, top-level, since both the .dir file and stamp-directories creation are depending on Makefile, which is the only one which can introduce new directories. On the other hand, moving back from .dir files to stamp-directories has an advantage: "make -d | wc -l" does from ~8.7K lines to ~5.3K lines, because we eliminate the many .dir files and their multiple implicit and explicit dependencies (the %/.dir files fall under multiple patterns). Signed-off-by: Iustin Pop <email@example.com> Reviewed-by: Guido Trotter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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