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6.2 Most of the times, you do not need subprojects any more

As explained, in recent versions of gnustep-make, there is no longer any need for subprojects just to organize your source files in subdirectories. You can simply put your source files into subdirectories, then list them all in your GNUmakefile. The project is simpler, and gnustep-make is able to parallelize as much as possible since it will (potentially) be able to compile all the files in parallel.