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Each type of object that Automake understands has a special root variable name associated with it. This root is called a primary . Many actual variable names put into `Makefile.am' are constructed by adding various prefixes to a primary.
For instance, scripts--interpreted executable programs--are associated with the
(Note that the mysterious `bin_' prefix will be discussed later.)
The contents of a primary-derived variable are treated as targets in the resulting `Makefile' . For instance, in our example above, we could generate `magic-script' using