Added SHAKE implementation.
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24
25 # The lines below are a horrible hack that nonetheless works. On a
26 # "make" utility compatible with Single Unix v4 (this includes GNU and
27 # BSD make), the '\' at the end of a command line counts as an escape
28 # for the newline character, so the next line is still a comment.
29 # However, Microsoft's nmake.exe (that comes with Visual Studio) does
30 # not interpret the final '\' that way in a comment. The end result is
31 # that when using nmake.exe, this will include "mk/Win.mk", whereas
32 # GNU/BSD make will include "mk/Unix.mk".
33
34 # \
35 !ifndef 0 # \
36 !include mk/NMake.mk # \
37 !else
38 .POSIX:
39 include mk/SingleUnix.mk
40 # Extra hack for OpenBSD make.
41 ifndef: all
42 0: all
43 endif: all
44 # \
45 !endif