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4 Enabling Verbose Messages

By default, GNUstep make only prints short messages about what it is doing. If you want to see the actual commands being executed, you can add messages=yes on the command-line, as in:
make messages=yes

You can use the option with any target, such as 'install' or 'clean'. For example, if you're not sure where your tool is being installed, you can use

make install messages=yes GNUSTEP_INSTALLATION_DOMAIN=USER
to find out.