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#72 fixed kmk: Add .RETURN and .ARGC to $(evalcall ) and $(evalcall2 ) for creating functions bird bird

To create more complicated functions without also creating an unreadable mess, it's necessary to make $(evalcall[2] ) be able to return a value. This is implemented using a local variable .RETURN, the function body assigns the desired return value to this variable.


define POP
local words := $(words $($1))
local .RETURN := $(word $(words), $($1))
$1 := $(wordlist 1, $(expr $(words) - 1), $($1))

stack-var = a b c d
d-element := $(evalcall POP,stack-var)

In addition, it's very useful to have some way of getting at the argument count without evaluating all the possibilities. For this purposed .ARGC was added. It is also applied to $(call ).

#108 fixed kmk: Add function for getting the variable fileinfo bird bird

To supplement flavor and origin. Useful for assertions.

#73 fixed kmk: Add generic loop functions $(for ) and $(while ). bird bird

$(for init,condition,next,body) The init part is evaluate up front (no extra expansion). The condition part is a kmk-expression and is evaluate before each iteration. The body is expanded and added to the output, the output from each iteration is separated by a space. The next part is evaluated at the end of each iteration (no extra expansion).

$(while condition,body - Similar to $(for ) with empty init and next.

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